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December 2018

Montreal Food Photography: Simulating Daylight – Completing The Look

2019-01-03T12:09:27+00:00

Food Photography - Simulating Daylight 2: Where Do We Go From Here? Last time, we went into detail looking at how to modify our main light of our food photography setup to copy some of the characteristics of natural window light.  Now, we're going to look at adding additional light to the setup to [...]

Montreal Food Photography: Simulating Daylight – Completing The Look 2019-01-03T12:09:27+00:00

Montreal Food Photography: Simulating Daylight – The Basics

2018-12-26T13:38:57+00:00

There are those out there who believe that natural light is always the best light to use for food photography because it gives the warmest, most organic, most inviting feel to the setup... or something like that.  I'm not one of them.  Don't get me wrong, natural light can look great.  The fact that [...]

Montreal Food Photography: Simulating Daylight – The Basics 2018-12-26T13:38:57+00:00

April 2017

Sports Photography – The Photographer

2017-04-30T21:07:22+00:00

Becoming Psychic This is the third and final part of my Sports Photography Tutorial.  The first two parts covered the main equipment: the camera and the lens.  Now, we're going to take a look at the most important piece of the equation: You.  The photographer. There is a skill to shooting sports that goes [...]

Sports Photography – The Photographer 2017-04-30T21:07:22+00:00

Sports Photography – An Introduction: The Camera Body

2017-04-16T00:51:17+00:00

Sports Photography: The Camera Last time we focused on what is probably the most important piece of equipment in sports photography: the lens.  Now we’re going to take a look at the second-most important thing: the camera body itself.  While the best camera in the world can only record what the lens shows it, [...]

Sports Photography – An Introduction: The Camera Body 2017-04-16T00:51:17+00:00

Sports Photography – An Introduction: The Lens

2017-04-16T00:54:13+00:00

This is the first tutorial, and it’s fitting that it’s on the type of photography I enjoy the most: action and sports photography.  To start, we should discuss the obvious: the gear that you need to have.  Since you generally can’t get too close to a football player in the middle of a game, [...]

Sports Photography – An Introduction: The Lens 2017-04-16T00:54:13+00:00