We had strange issues with the hangout video broadcast, when it did not change a speaker accordingly to who was actually speaking (happened only in broadcast and youtube recording, it was fine for participants). I fixed as much as I could during the post production.
Thank you everyone who joined, we had an
Continue reading: Studio Photography Insights: The bottle of cleaner
It was a long time since I’ve decided to write this article, and eventually I’ve got enough time to finish big piece of it and publish. This suppose to be the complete list of gear we use for our photography business: cameras, lighting, support, light modifiers, etc.
I will be trying to explain why we
Continue reading: Our Equipment List
Tonight I’ve received an email from James Kar, a great photographer and videomaker from UK. He sent me a link to this cool behind the scene video they have created not a long time ago. I love it! Such a great presentation, full of technical details and creative ideas. It reminded me of our recent
Continue reading: BTS: Making Of ‘Grolsch Idents’ from Curtis & Kar Productions
Even though the hangout was about our weekly assignment, a “telling story shoe shot” , the approach and techniques on how to shoot shoes can be applied to any subject with textured surface; fabric, clothes, etc. Take a closer look to this video if you are struggling to show a good amount of texture on
Continue reading: Studio Photography Insights: shooting fabric, clothing and shoes
Thank you for everyone who joined us yesterday and who submitted cocktail assignment. Special thank you goes to +Bill Cahill who joined us and gave insights of his photography techniques as well as sharp critique:-) I like it this way: constructive and without too much of “softening”.
We also did a little shoot on a
Continue reading: Studio Photography Insights: shooting liquid, glass and more!
So, this is out weekly hangout. (the rest of them are here: Studio Photography Insights)
This time we had Bill Cahill with us, and it was a pretty interesting talk. Dave Nitsche was late because I had troubles inviting him: am I getting that bad ?
In general, dealing with the shiny subjects is the
Continue reading: Studio Photography Insights: Shooting glossy reflective objects
Recipe is simple:
Get good amount of inspiration, mix with few cups of curiosity and roll it on tick layer of experience. Then add few drops of luck and stir hard with passion. At the end let it cool for a few hours and check the result. If not satisfied, repeat everything. Serve with exciting:-)
Continue reading: Recent liquid shots: Passion Flower and Milky iPhone
This is what we have created last week:
The Melting Flower
The Melting Flower
The whole behind the scene walkthrough will be published in “Lite It” magazine. I do not have iPad so not sure how I’ll look at the article. Hope some of my blog reader has it and will be able
Continue reading: Melting Flower: our recent shot for a tutorial in “Lite It” magazine
Behind the scene video from “The Beer shot”, step-by-step guide on how the shot was done.
Continue reading: Making of: The Beer shot