Years ago when I first went digital I had a love/hate relationship Will Crockett. At the time Will was teaching a technique he referred to as the Facemask Histogram – a method through which you could determine if the “mask of the face” of your portrait subject was properly exposed. It is a great and [...]
Archive for the ‘Outdoor Lighting’ Category
As much as I like writing and/or recording those inspirational messages I need to remind myself occasionally that you’re here to learn about photography. Certainly we need to remain inspired – but we need some meat once in a while too. Today in this longer-than-I-expected video I talk about Cowboy Studio radio slaves. Pardner, if [...]
I’d like to publicly thank those of you who have been brave enough to submit images for critique. I have a few to get caught up on so please be patient. I don’t claim to be the best photographer in the world nor do I hold the lauded position of a qualified PPA print judge. [...]
Our senior season is just starting so I thought I’d take a quick minute between sessions to illustrate a couple of tips. Following are three images. The first is straight out of Lightroom after having been adjusted for exposure and density. The second image is after retouching and the third image shows the lighting setup. [...]
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