Here is a sample photo from a seminar that we have been fine tuning and will offering soon. If you are interested in attending this class on Portrait lighting let us know we will be announcing it soon.
Outdoor Portrait photography When photographing subjects outdoors, place your subject in open shade and use a reflector to bounce light back on to your subject. When placing your subject in open shade make sure that there is no dappled light making its way to your subjects face. If there is dappled light try to place […]
Low-Key Photography The term “low-key” refer to any scene with a high lighting ratio, e.g. 8:1, especially if there are high proportions of shadowed areas. In Low-Key images the tone is darker with a great deal of contrast, usually creating large black fields in the photo. It is very common for Low-Key images to give […]
A few weeks ago I had the pleasure of visiting En Garde Fencing in Santa Rosa California. Moniteur Jim Liebich has built a fantastic fencing school. Jim offers Classes, Private Lessons and Camps as well as hosting tournaments. If you are into or even thinking about getting into Fencing I highly recommend giving Jim a […]
Here is a fun photo. My step-son Jake asked me to take some photos of him on his skateboard doing tricks. After about an hour of some outstanding tricks on his behalf and some wicked cool shots on my behalf we headed back home. I was of course on foot following him on his skateboard […]
Some may say that with this photo we may be pushing our limits. But I say, vampirlings need to eat to. I know that I have blogged about my vampire technique in a previous post, but this one is special. When I asked Bridget if she wanted me to make her a vampire she became […]