Low light tips – shot while the temperatures reach 109 degrees There are 4 things you need to make great photos in low light, practice, practice, practice or get lucky… I’m going to give you a few tips to taking photos in low light, most of them you most likely already know. However, you will […]
I’m not a landscape photographer, but I did stay at a Holiday Inn a couple of times last week! I have always loved landscape photography; I make my living photographing people for the most part but my favorite type of photography is landscape. Not because I think I’m any good at it, it’s because landscape […]
Is there anything more endearing for most of us than a baby or child as the subject of our photographs? The world is a giant ball of dirt and water filled with parents, grandparents, aunts and uncles, who desire pictures, lots and lots of pictures, of the children they love. Most of you are absolutely […]
I’ve been taken pictures and collecting a paycheck from them for about the last 12 years, I’ve photographed countless events but very few have been as meaningful as the last one I attended. This one was for AutismWorks Now; autism is something that has closely impacted my life. At 7 years old our son who […]
Ever wonder what that “EV” button on your camera really does? White subjects are a special case, and the cause of the most severe under exposure problems. When your camera sees all black it wants to make it middle grey (18% grey is what we have been taught), when your camera sees all white it wants to […]
The Lighting Asylum team just finished “Girl Thing”, a music video for Grammy nominated artist Lonnie Park of Ithaca, NY. This is the first in a series we are producing for Lonnie for his new album Almost Showtime. We had so much fun shooting this video, the location with Lonnie was filmed in Williams, CA at […]
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