Shooting on a Chromakey

Are you bored with shooting the same old identical poses on the same old identical backdrops? You have heard “Blue Screen” could be the path for you but you just art not sure how to get started and don’t what to invest a fortune to get started. I faced a learning curve back in the   Read More …

Shooting Glamour – Part III

Studio Glamour: I am really comfortable working in the controlled environment of a studio. I always say what ever works best for you, “Just Do It..” As I mentioned, my style is far more fashion oriented so I do not tend to shoot a lot of glamour in the studio these days. Subsequently, many of   Read More …

Shooting Glamour – Part II

The Lighting Detail Explained: Tiera and I lived so close to one another we would shot on a weekly basis for over a year. Quite often we would only have time to shoot one or two looks, so we liked to keep our projects very simple. We always planned our shots in every detail via   Read More …

Shooting Glamour – Part I

The Lighting Detail Explained: Mandy’s Daisey Duke look. (above). NOTE: I am trying something new with this article, by including the lighting diagrams (which open in popups) as well as the thoughts on the subject in general. The information included on this site was never intended as a “How-to” guide, but after several e-mails requesting   Read More …