If you ever wondered if you need to have plenty of high end camera gears for a small to moderate indoor event function (e.g a solemnization or small wedding) then I will like to share some in the list according to my past working experiences.(1)The camera body.A full frame body will be good but if you are new, running low on the money or just hesitant about jumping into large investments on equipment yet, a cropped body camera (like the Nikon D90) will still do the job in delivering A4 or 4"... continue reading
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A couple of years ago I started with portrait photography. It was quite a challenge to find out what I wanted and how to communicate that to my models. I was in the lucky position that I knew my models before starting portrait photography. So, it was easy to have a conversation to make them feel more relaxed. In the meantime, I have quite a few pictures of them on Dreamstime, and they are selling reasonably well (60+ sales). Here are some more portrait pictures.Lighting was one thing that fascinated... continue reading
Studio Light Setup app at ituneshttps://itunes.apple.com/app/photo-studio-light-setup/id733677629Photo Studio Light Setup app that I've designed for professional and amateur photographers, photography students and educators.The application provides users with an intuitive interface and fluid workflow for quick and easy studio light documenting and creation of lighting diagrams that can be modified on your devices any time in the future and shared between devices and friends.Photo Studio... continue reading
There is a new app for studio light setup documenting available at app store, you may find it very useful. Check the iPad version's screenshots. I've developed it as I needed something like that very often. It should save you a lot of time when documenting your setups:https://itunes.apple.com/ca/app/photo-studio-light-setup/id733677629Or just search for 'Studio Light Setup' at app store. continue reading
I live in a tropical country and we don't have any snow fall here. so for this reason I used icing sugar to create snow.1) I put a 2 X 3 ft wide X 2 inch tall tray on a table top and frame the angle I want. Then I start to fill the angle with icing sugar and Christmas Ornament.2)I place my mini Christmas Tree to fill the background and further behind I cover the window with my blanket. This allow the sun shine through it and create a similar texture like another Christmas tree (further behind)... continue reading
Some of the most asked questions on the message boards are about lighting. Where do I get it? What do I get? Is there anything cheaper? Whats the best?I thought I would take some time to share my lighting setup with you.Here it is...Custom Light BoxI know it doesn't look very pretty but the images I have made with it are! I put this one together in about an hour or two using a cardboard box, pieces of white fabric, large white sheet of paper, masking tape, three lamps, three natural... continue reading
Although this was my first time to join the photo studio, but I still got involved in the people who are so nice and warm-hearted. That was wonderful. Thanks for the guys who taught me much necessary experience in term of studio photography, the interior light and further understanding for depth of field.At here, I want to talk some personal experience in term of shot indoor.In most cases, we have to set enough photo lamp and using Synchronizer when we shot indoor, my setup is M model, aperture... continue reading
A small gift from Vegas Vision StudiosLow Key Portriature Lighting Setup.Background is black DuvatineModel must be 4-5 feet from background to prevent key and fill lights from spilling onto background and lighting it.Lighting Diagram continue reading
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