Studio Equipment for Photography : Photography Studio Equipment: Coves

In this clip, I’d like to talk about the cove. The cove is this area behind me. It’s a curved surface that curves away from the shooting side of the studio up into the wall so that there’s no seam. These can be made out of – well, I’ve made simple ones in the past Read more…

Studio Equipment for Photography : Photography Studio Equipment: Studio Safety

On this clip I’d like to talk a little bit about studio safety. When, when you’re dealing with lights on stands, one of the things I like to do is actually run the cord for the light underneath one of the legs on the light stand. The reason for that, if some trips over the Read more…

Photography Tips: Interview with a stock photographer

lots of you lovely people have been in touch asking about stock photography whether or not you can make money with your camera that way oh as much as i would love to say ive just flown all the way to singapore to ask our very known stock photographer i haven’t I just come back Read more…

Photography Tips – Negative Space in Photography

negativity is often thought to be a bad thing but really is it I mean if you didn’t have a negative terminal on your battery of your car wouldn’t start in the morning you’d be late for work your boss would sack you if they weren’t negative temperatures I wouldn’t be able to enjoy a Read more…

Photography Tips – Understanding Light (Pt 1b) Appropriate Light

I can’t over emphasis how important light is if you want to get that wow factor into your pictures, it’s more important than expression, sometimes composition, location, it certainly more important than a whole host of menu settings you may find in the back of your camera. If you start shooting pictures in light that’s Read more…

Photography Tips – FAQ 2

Following the success of photography FAQ 1 we thought it’d be a good idea to come out and address some more of your frequently asked questions, and seeing as Lorna has got some haribo tangfastic in her pocket and promised to give me some provided we get home early tonight, let’s go for a walk Read more…

Photography Tips: Long Lens Landscape Photography

hope you like how I work specially for you but it is cold here now there’s a popular myth that you need to use a wide angle lens to shoot landscapes and isn’t necessarily true because you get a great effect with a long lens so I just want to show you kind of what Read more…

Wildlife Photography 101 | Bean Bag Basics How-To

Hi everybody my name is John E. Marriott and in this Wildlife photography 101 segment we’re going to talk about one of my favorite camera accessories for wildlife photography when you’re photographing from a car, and that is, a bean bag. So a bean bag is basically a little bag, It could be made out Read more…

Photography Tips: How to find photos when the location’s ‘boring’.

trying to find interesting images somewhere which is every day which is normal for you can be very very difficult its it’s very hard to see pictures somewhere that you’ve already done to death so it’ll be interesting to come out here into the forest where I live and see what I can find we’ll Read more…

Photography Tips : How to Use Umbrella Lights in Photography

I’m going to talk about how an umbrella light is used in photography. Now an umbrella is exactly like it sounds. It is an umbrella that opens up, comes out like a parachute and the way I use it most often is in the studio whereas I take my umbrella, there is a strobe unit Read more…