Ok, this is one of the variations of my favorite meal, the omelet. You know, photographers carry lots of heavy stuff with them, and some extra protein is always a good thing to eat for us:-) Also, after such meal I feel energized for 5-6 hours without being hungry, which is handy when I am
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Commercial product photography education, learn with us! Cover shot by Xavier Wallach
Continue reading: Studio Tabletop Photography: Review and Critique (04-18-2013)
Travelwide 4×5 Camera: Get that “Old School Photographer” Feeling
Thank you Flo and Drew Caldwell for the link! Check it out, cool project which got about $100K in funding! The only thing is that you need to find a place where to develop and scan those “old school” sensors:-)
Travelwide 4×5 camera
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Join us and become an expert in commercial product photography!
Continue reading: Product Photography Live Webinar: Crystal Perfume (Marchesa) shot
First interview from a series aimed to help photographers to establish and grow their business
Continue reading: Running a Commercial Photography Business: Interview with Curtis Hustace
Peter’s work is one of my inspirations, check this BTS video!
This is a Studio Tabletop Photography Review & Critique From the “Submit Your Work” Forum, Recorded 04/04/2013
Order is random. Full video in one piece is available on Photigy Youtube Channel. As usual, all the information from each studio tabletop photography shot is linked to the title of the shot.
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DIY Photography: How to Make Fake Ice Cubes for Liquid and Product Photography
Sergio Vindas posted this on Photigy forum, and I want to re-post it here. The idea is to DIY plastic ice, like Kyle May did. Check it out:
The Final Result, DIY Ice Cubes for Studio Tabletop:
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It was one of very few days in March 2013 in Atlanta, when it was not too cold. We went to Atlanta Botanical Garden with friends and kids, and had fun time till my daughter accidentally decided to check how deep was a little pond… It appeared that it was just slightly deeper than her
Continue reading: Atlanta Botanical Garden, Spring 2013: before the winter was back
Cool things all around us:-)