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Lighting diagrams!

Hello friends! Been a while since I’ve had something other than image posts so after the new year I’ve decided to add lighting diagrams to my image posts! So it will start with Old School Friday, then Meet the Model then the lighting diagram that Tuesday or Wednesday! I don’t think I’ll be doing much

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The great negative debate

The great negative debate is a debate many photographers find themselves lulled into and unable to get themselves out of.

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Canon 6D and my style

Canon 6D and my style. I have my own style of photography. Everyone who has been shooting has their own style, their own eye. For me, I’m very particular in my style.

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A photographers protection

A photographers protection is something that is almost always taken in vein. When I’m looking over various message boards, talking to potential clients and reading what others are saying on Facebook, the biggest thing being touted is “Model Safety” “Models should protect references” and so on. There’s one thing that I hardly see and it

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Am I the only white shooter?

Am I the only white shooter? No, not white like that, but white backdrop shooter. I’ve seen a lot of well respected, and some not-so-known photographers sound off on white backdrop shooting and as someone who LOVE’S it, I wanted to chime in yet again. If you’ve read my blog over the years I’ve spoke

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Simple Image

I see many photographers reverse engineering images and I feel bad for them. The reason I feel bad for them is the fact that I was one of those guys. I would sit for HOURS looking at images trying to figure out how they lit them.

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AlienSkin Exposure4 Video

Today’s Technical Tuesday update is using AlienSkin Exposure4.

There are many ways to use it and of course OVER use it, so I created a video showing my approach to using filters and how I use AlienSkin.

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Adobe Photoshop Patch Tool part II

Today’s Technical Tuesday update features a cool new way to use Adobe Photoshop Patch tool! You can use this trick to get rid of hot spots that are caused by various lighting modifiers. [embedplusvideo height=”281″ width=”450″ standard=”http://www.youtube.com/v/Pu2mScgA1gM?fs=1″ vars=”ytid=Pu2mScgA1gM&width=450&height=281&start=&stop=&rs=w&hd=0&autoplay=0&react=1&chapters=&notes=” id=”ep8350″ /]

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Tech Tuesday: Photoshop brush in CS6

If you were part of the first “Tech T” day, you’ll remember we reviewed a quick photoshop trick of resizing your brush with out having your pen or mouse leave the photo.   Today’s update is a look at that exact same trick using Adobe’s new Photoshop CS6 The vid after the jump: [embedplusvideo height=”281″

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Tech Tuesday: Natural light shooting

One of the biggest problems I have with natural light shooters is in my opinion, they over compensate by using things such as the “strobist” scam stuff. I’m of the opinion that shooting with natural light needs to be addressed the same as shooting indoors with strobes. The biggest problem? Lots of people who are

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Introducing “Technical Tuesday” and a Photoshop brush trick!

Moving forward, every Tuesday I will bring you something technical. This may be related to photography, retouching or anything technical and related to photography as a whole. Todays TT isPhotoshop. As photographers, we spend quite a lot of time in Photoshop so any tips, tricks or shortcuts we can create will save hundreds of hours off our retouching.

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