Camera Love, a Romantic Tragicomedy by William Shakespeare
On one of the photography forums dpchallenge, a photographer who read my article “A Funny Thing Happened to Me in the Camera Store” responded by saying “…thanks for sharing. Still waiting for my (lucky) accident”. I thought about her remark and my response was the following; Whenever you are about to do what you think […]
That is a difficult question to answer. I am not your classic photographer. By that I mean, I never intended to be a photographer. It just kind of happened by accident.
Lighting Sketch © benjamin Kanarek Now that you have put together some of the tools required for this first exercise, let’s do the following. Take one of the tin cans and slightly flatten one end of it so it looks more like a cats eye and place the rounded side of it over the head […]
In Part one, I asked that you prepare a couple of 60 watt light bulbs a flash some modifiers, I will now add a few more elements to this…
Lighting a set for a photo is a very fickle entity. Why do I say that? Because light can play many tricks on us and is often elusive in it’s ethereal state. It has many frequencies and understanding those wave lengths might help us understand the grand palette of nuances available that we can play with.
Using reflective dominant light as your primary on your subject as another perspective on how to light for your fashion shoot
It has been a long time since I was aware of the fact that I am actually holding a device myself and the subject I am shooting. I think the device is called a camera or a digital capturing device. I can’t really recall.