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How to choose a DSLR camera and other questions asked

Posted by: admin  :  Category: Photographic Astronomy, Photography

I was asked this question on a comment and I tought it was important enough to make it into a article for the blog, so here is the answer:

Taking the composite (“comp card”) /ZED cards to the next level

Posted by: admin  :  Category: models, Photography

The basic Model composite (“comp card”) /ZED cards  have run their course, what the photographer needs to offer is the cut above custom composite (“comp card”) /ZED  card. I have in Photoshop developed a series of templates to give the model the next level of  the custom composite (“comp card”) /ZED cards, to make the model stand out from the crowd, and to make them the cut above. If you do this you will have happy models and they will tell their model friends about the great job you did for them. Notice how the portrait is in the center and on each side is an action shot. Putting the portrait in the center draws the viewers eye to it and he facial qualities which is so important, actions shot on each side show this model is versatile. The old composite (“comp card”) /ZED  card is out, this type of composite custom (“comp card”) /ZED  card is in.

The great software addon file to Photoshop I used to Illustrate my studio lighting set ups

Posted by: admin  :  Category: photographic lighting, Photography

Many times a photographer finds a real jewel to add with his profession tools and techniques, or document his set up from his notes, and what I have discovered is a real jewel to aid in that work. It is a Photoshop PSD file you download open and use the different layers in the file to create your diagram, the results is a very neat, printable, and savable file, one catch I will share with you once you do the diagram, be sure to use the “save as” in Photoshop and rename the file or you will corrupt the original file you downloaded.

How I shot this very Special Portrait

Posted by: admin  :  Category: models, photographic lighting

First let’s look at the resulting image:

Now we are going to look how the shot is set up in the studio:

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