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Packing Light and Tight

Travelling to the USA seems like a fun idea. New places, new sites and sounds and new friends. What a great idea. Oh, I almost forgot. I’m working. Well, that’s ok. I’ll just pack a few things. You know, a camera, a lens or two, it’ll be easy. Phhhttt!

Packing Light and Tight2020-10-19T17:22:57+01:00

The Importance of Light

The purpose of this tutorial is to demonstrate the importance of light with regards to the quality of the image. The reason for for this demonstration came about due to a conversation on the Micro Four Thirds Forum. One of the members pointed out that whilst they were lighting tutorials, some members may take affront at the fact a Nikon D4 had been used in

The Importance of Light2020-10-19T17:22:59+01:00

Sports Portraits

  Meet Joe Harrison. A gentleman who has just celebrated his 100th 100 break in snooker. I was asked by a local working men’s club to create the image, which would be framed and hung on the club wall.

Sports Portraits2020-10-19T17:23:01+01:00

Using Elinchrom HS heads to freeze motion

I’m in the process of moving across to Elinchrom, and one of the areas of my work that looked like it may throw up a challenge or two is high speed photography. Water splashes against products and that sort of thing. There’s a basic rule of thumb when shooting high speed imagery such as the above. IGBT rules!. From speedlights to IGBT location lights and

Using Elinchrom HS heads to freeze motion2020-10-19T17:23:02+01:00

The ELB 400 Boudoir Shoot

  This shoot was developed for a number of reasons. The manufacturer of the butterfly corset wanted some lifestyle imagery to supplement their standard e-commerce images. I also wanted a studio project to make use of the Elinchrom ELB 400 and this would be my first studio use of the kit. I subsequently used the ELB 400 for high speed product photography to great success,

The ELB 400 Boudoir Shoot2020-10-19T17:23:02+01:00

Elinchrom ELB 400 And High Speed Photography With The Miops Trigger

  There’s a basic rule of thumb when shooting high speed imagery such as the above. IGBT rules. From speedlights to IGBT location lights and now IGBT studio lights, these are generally the weapon of choice when shooting the likes of water splashes, water wigs and suchlike. I’m currently in the middle of a transition phase, moving from ‘S’ mount across to Elinchrom, and an

Elinchrom ELB 400 And High Speed Photography With The Miops Trigger2020-10-19T17:23:02+01:00
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