The Slanted Lens- Photography, Videography, and Lighting Lessons, Camera and Gear Reviews

My this is Jp. Morgan. I this JP Morgan, Mr.. JP morning today on the slam knows we’re here in New York City We’re out on location at the ultimate Graveyard. We’re down here in hollywood. How are you good? We’re now going to talk about how light creates separation We’re going to take some Read more…

How to choose neutral density (ND) graduated filters for landscape photography

Welcome to this week’s vlog. Now why am I stood in a muddy field in the middle of the French countryside? Well what I thought I’d do this week is, it’s become apparent that on the usual day that I’d do my vlog I’m not actually going to have that much time at all to Read more…

Studio Equipment for Photography : Photography Studio Equipment: Soft Boxes

On this clip we’re going to be talking about soft boxes. Soft boxes are a way to diffuse the light source and make it appear a lot larger than what it really is. This is a mono light, which has a very small light source and if, if you’re to use this on a shiny Read more…

5 BEGINNER PHOTOGRAPHY MISTAKES + How to avoid them

Hey and welcome in this video. In today episode I’ll talk about five common mistakes that photography beginners do and how to avoid them. My name is Benjamin Jaworskyj, adventure photographer from Berlin Germany and I was a beginner as well. As you are now and I want you to avoid the mistakes I did Read more…

Wildlife Photography 101 | Gear Recommendations

Have you ever wondered what equipment a wildlife photographer takes with them into the field, my name is John E. Marriott, and I invite you to join me for our first wildlife photography 101 How-To, for a peek inside my vehicle, and my camera bags to see the crazy and not so crazy gear that Read more…

Studio Equipment for Photography : Photography Studio Equipment: A-clamps

In this clip we’re going to talk about a-clamps. A-clamps are one of the most useful things in a studio because they can help you hold your background papers, they can hold things to stands, just that easy, you’re ready to roll. There’s a lot of different sizes. We use these to hold fabric, to Read more…

Studio Equipment- Sandbags Quick Tip

Oh, hey, it’s time to talk about sandbags. Hi, this Jay P. Morgan. Today on Slanted Lens, we’re gonna talk about sandbags. Not a sexy topic, but one that everybody uses on set. These don’t weigh 250 pounds. Did you fall for that? Really? So what we have here is one, two, three, four different Read more…

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…

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…