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Simple Corporate Portraits: A Lighting Tutorial
 
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Sign up for a free business coaching call with Jay P. on March 3rd: http://bit.ly/1O0rCtY This is a simple look at how to shoot very basic corporate portraits. When you take a job on to shoot an office full of people where do you start? What background do we need? Where do we shoot? What is the schedule and how do I light everyone? These are a few of the questions that are answered in this look at shooting simple corporate portraits. Our Thanks to Milam, Knecht & Warner, LLP - Glendale, CA. Get your Keep on Clickin' T-Shirts: http://bit.ly/1IBecn9 Products used in this lesson: Tamron 24-70mm 2.8 Lens: http://amzn.to/20sLdu2 Kessler Cineslider: http://amzn.to/1TguMlv Dynalite MP800: http://amzn.to/241hMnw Small Photoflex Octodome: http://amzn.to/1TXbGAe Glidecam HD 2000: http://amzn.to/1Tgv8Zj http://www.kesslercrane.com/ http://www.tamron-usa.com/ http://www.dynalite.com http://www.photoflex.com http://www.niksoftware.com http://www.azdencorp.com http://www.glidecam.com http://triplescoopmusic.com http://www.rosco.com
Views: 613750 The Slanted Lens
Portrait Lighting for Photography and Video!
 
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Sign up for a free business coaching call with Jay P.: http://bit.ly/1riRM7M There are several lighting positions that photographers have developed over the years. People like George Hurrell, who used tungsten to shoot stars, used these lighting positions. Learn to identify what a butterfly or Rembrandt light is. Knowing these positions, and where the light placed to create them, will help you see how photographers light their images. These are departure points from which you will create your own look and direction. Its hard to depart from someplace you have never been there. This will teach you the basics and give you a good foundation to build on. This video is not as slick as some of the others we have done but it has great basic instructions on portrait lighting. (Don't miss the ending, it's the most exciting part!) Get your Keep on Clickin' T-Shirts: http://bit.ly/1IBecn9
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Photographic Lighting Made Simple! DSLR 3 Lighting For Portrait Photography
 
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** Sign up at http://theslantedlens.com for free video lighting tutorials & gear giveaways *** Photographic Lighting Made Simple! DSLR 3 Light Portrait Lesson Part One by Jay P. Morgan Photography This is the first in an on going series of Videos that I will post showing how I light and create images. My goal is to not just show the behind the scenes of my work but to provide easy to follow instructions on how to create the lighting you see. No guessing or trying to figure it out. It is clear. This is s simple 3 light Portrait lesson that shows the basics of a 3 light set up to photograph a person. Part 2 will show how I use special effects and a couple of more lights to push the shot a little farther. This piece was edited by Adam Consolo. Products used in this video: Photoflex Octodome: http://bhpho.to/1RxiSCm Photoflex 45" Umbrella: http://bhpho.to/20ZZH6S Photoflex Litepanel: http://bhpho.to/20tb0lN
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8 Ways to Know You're Ready to Make Money in Photography
 
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Sign up for my free business call and you could win a mentoring session with me. http://bit.ly/24SUQcX How do you know when you are ready to start making money in photography and video? Many amateur photographers think there is a destination with a large sign that reads "You have arrived," but that isn't how it works. The formula to start making money with your camera is very simple: you need confidence. In today's lesson, I share eight simple steps to help you gain confidence and get started. So how do you know when you are ready? The bottom line is that you are ready now. Go out there and do it and as always, keep those cameras rollin' and keep on clickin'. At 3:55 I talk about putting together a website. You can see my portfolio at http://www.jaypmorgan.com To claim your spot for the free call-in webinar, visit http://www.theslantedlens.com/freecall The Business Coaching Class is now available as a download. http://www.theslantedlens.com/businessclass and take your business to the next level. Products used in this video: Tamron 24-70mm Lens: http://bhpho.to/241qpyw Vanguard ABEO Plus 323AT Tripod: http://bhpho.to/1Wi3nh4 Photoflex MultiDisc Reflector: http://bhpho.to/1Wi3usZ Kessler Cineslider: http://bhpho.to/1TdjA7J Kessler Parallax: http://bhpho.to/1QcbpU0 Thanks to our sponsors: https://photoflex.com/ http://www.vanguardworld.com/ http://www.tamron-usa.com/ http://www.kesslercrane.com/?Click=16612 http://glidecam.com/ https://www.lensprotogo.com/ http://www.dynalite.com/ http://spiderholster.com/ http://www.rosco.com/ http://triplescoopmusic.com/
Views: 1308973 The Slanted Lens
Soft Boxes 101: A Lighting Lesson
 
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** Sign up at http://theslantedlens.com for free video lighting tutorials & gear giveaways *** Soft Boxes 101: A Lighting Lesson By Jay P. Morgan. This Video is all about Soft Boxes. There are many misconceptions about what Soft Boxes do and how to use them. This is the scientific look at the area of coverage and light quality of the different sizes of Soft Boxes. Using this knowledge you will find it easier to decide which size Box to use to achieve your desired lighting result. After this lesson you should know what size of Soft Box to buy and the basics of how to use it. Thanks to Photoflex http://www.photoflex.com/ for providing the Boxes for this test. There is much to learn on this subject so we will visit it again. Keep on click'n! Jay P. Morgan http://theslantedlens.com/ http://fb.com/theslantedlens1 http://kesslercrane.com http://henselusa.com http://photoflex.com/ Products used in this lesson, provided by Photoflex: Small Soft box: http://amzn.to/1Qy2e6M Medium Soft box: http://amzn.to/21aATfS Large Soft box: http://amzn.to/1QuifUZ
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Learning How to Feather Soft Boxes - Lighting Tutorial
 
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Today on the Slanted Lens, we are going to look at how to gain more control of your light and more specifically, your soft box, by using a technique called feathering. What is Feathering? It is really quite simple. Every light has an area of coverage or circle of coverage. In Soft Boxes 101 (https://youtu.be/gVy2nwoataM), we discuss that the area of coverage does not get larger with larger boxes. The light gets softer with larger boxes but it does not cover a larger area. Feathering is maneuvering a light source’s area of coverage so that only the desired area of the subject is lit. We can use the middle to make the light harder and to light everything or we can use the edge of the area of coverage to light only the upper torso of the person and let the light fall off in a vignette. We are making a deliberate decision about what we want to do with the area of coverage and not just plunking our soft box down and aiming it directly at the person. We feather to gain more control of the area of coverage and the quality of light. Feathering does not reduce the area of coverage it simply moves all the unwanted light off of the things we do not want to emphasize. We can reduce the area of coverage of a soft box by adding a grid but we still have an area of coverage and need to make a decision on how to use it. Feathering in many ways can give you the same look as a grid and does not cost anything extra. I use this feathering in the studio all the time. In my Basics of a One Light Setup (https://youtu.be/lAbSn7VkhmY), I show that as you feather the area of coverage toward the camera you start to light only the far side of the background. This gives you light on the background behind the shadow side of the opposite side of the face. As you feather the light more toward the camera and away from the background, the background goes dark and can now be lit if desired with a second light. We are moving the area of coverage around to allow it to only light what we want to see on set or on location. Something to consider, if you aim the light up and there is a ceiling it will reflect back and fill the image. Those are the basics of feathering. If you have ever looked at someone’s photo and wondered why they are getting a different result when using the same equipment, it’s usually because of finessing the light and that usually starts by feathering the light. Small adjustments will make a big difference. I hope you have learned something about finessing a soft box and how to feather. Keep those cameras rollin’ and keep on clickin’.
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Shooting a Documentary Style Interview - Video Tutorial
 
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Today on The Slanted Lens, we will show you how to shoot a simple 2 camera profile interview piece with a talent on location. You can use this piece for company profiles, Kickstarter campaigns, corporate videos, documentary work, individual company profiling, etc. We will discuss the position of the cameras and lights, choosing the location, shooting B-roll and creating an outline and questions for the interview. I usually shoot with a crew of no more than 3 people. Many times I have done the interviews with just me and a sound person and it's very possible to shoot these alone. You can watch the final interview here http://www.jaypmorgan.com/p593435088#h60fcf957. Keep those cameras rolling and keep on clickn'. http://www.kesslercrane.com http://www.tamron-usa.com http://www.videoblocks.com http://www.photoflex.com http://www.dynalite.com http://www.rosco.com/us/index.cfm http://www.spiderholster.com http://www.glidecam.com http://www.vanguardworld.com http://triplescoopmusic.com http://theslantedlens.com/ http://www.photographytalk.com/ http://www.lensprotogo.com
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Camera Movement Tutorial: How To Create Emotion
 
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Download "How to Estimate a Shoot" today to start making more money: http://bit.ly/1VQTs0C Camera Movement Tutorial: How To Create Emotion From Jay P Morgan, Today on The Slanted Lens we will explore how camera movement can create emotion in the viewer. Moving the camera helps create different emotions in a scene. We see it all of the time in the films we watch. A camera slowly sweeping around a scene will give it an epic feeling, where as a shaky hand held camera shooting the same scene can create a feeling of uncertainty and danger. Camera movement can add or detract from the emotion the director wants to communicate. Camera movement should emphasize the emotion we want to see in the scene. When the camera moves it should move in relationship to someone or something and create an emotion that supports the story. Our talent William Rubio is dressed up as a 1920's gangster. Let's see how we can work with him to create different emotions with camera movement. Keep those cameras rolling and keep of clickn'. Get your Keep on Clickin' T-Shirts: http://bit.ly/1IBecn9 Products used in this video: Tamron SP Lens 24-70mm: http://amzn.to/241odqI Vanguard Alta Pro Tripod: http://amzn.to/1Lln9lX Glidecam HD 2000: http://amzn.to/241oABx http://www.kesslercrane.com http://www.tamron-usa.com http://www.dynalite.com http://www.photoflex.com http://www.rosco.com/us/index.cfm http://www.spiderholster.com http://www.glidecam.com http://www.vanguardworld.com http://triplescoopmusic.com http://theslantedlens.com/ http://www.photographytalk.com/ http://www.lensprotogo.com
Views: 469790 The Slanted Lens
Combining Strobes and Reflectors: A Lighting Tutorial
 
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** Sign up at http://theslantedlens.com for free video lighting tutorials & gear giveaways *** Combining Strobe Lighting and Reflectors: A Photo Lighting Tutorial By Jay P. Morgan I enjoy using reflectors when shooting on location but I find it's a bit restrictive. There are many things that can be done with a couple of reflectors alone but so many more options open up when you just add one strobe head. In this follow-up to last week's lesson on "Reflectors", The Slanted Lens will take a look at using one strobe head in addition to our reflectors. This is the way I like to shoot on location. With a couple of reflectors and a portable strobe unit I can better control the lighting situations I may face on location. When the sun does not cooperate, the strobe does. It's there as a fail safe for whatever situation I may be in. I love the look. Let's look at using strobes with reflectors. Good luck and keep on click'n! Jay P. Morgan Products used in this video: Hensel Beauty Dish: http://amzn.to/1Or3H7e White/Gold Reflector: http://amzn.to/1T2uu26 Strobe: http://amzn.to/1QyfgBi Also thanks to: http://www.kesslercrane.com http://www.tamron-usa.com http://www.henselusa.com http://ikancorp.com http://triplescoopmusic.com http://theslantedlens.com http://www.glidecam.com http://www.photoflex.com
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Using Continuous Light and Strobes together: A Lighting Tutorial!
 
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** Sign up at http://theslantedlens.com for free video lighting tutorials & gear giveaways *** Make Continuous Lighting and Strobe lights Work Together: A Photo Lighting Tutorial By Jay P. Morgan Today we are going to look at using strobes and a continuous light source together on set to create an interesting portrait. We want to take some wonderful images of Rebecca Grant on a small set representing a back stage make-up area. To accomplish this we are going to use a combination of continuous lights and strobes. I want to create a shaft of light in the image for dramatic effect. A shaft of light can not be seen by our eyes unless there is something reflected in it like water, mist, dust or smoke. We will use smoke to make the light coming from our 2K visible. How to expose for these two light sources in the same image is critical to this process. It's a much different experience when the continuous light source is continuous and not fading like the sun.This lesson will show you how we set up, light and expose the image above. With that knowledge you will be better equipped to make images where a continuous light source becomes a key lighting element in the image. Keep those cameras rolling, and keep on click'n! Products used in this video: Tamron 24-70mm 2.8 Lens: http://bhpho.to/241qpyw PhotoFlex Litepanel: http://bhpho.to/20tb0lN http://www.kesslercrane.com/ http://www.tamron-usa.com/ http://www.dynalite.com/ http://www.photoflex.com/ http://www.niksoftware.com http://www.azdencorp.com http://www.glidecam.com/ http://triplescoopmusic.com http://theslantedlens.com/
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Laws of Light: 5 Portrait Lighting Setups
 
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#LawsOfLight is back with the five basic portrait lighting setups to take your studio photography to the next level. Win a TAMRON lens: https://gleam.io/fb/gScoH Aputure 300D: https://bhpho.to/2FHJgqS Laws of Light Playlist: http://bit.ly/2p6etxW ___ TABLE OF CONTENTS: 1:30 - Rembrandt 2:56 - Split Light 4:37 - Broad Light 5:30 - Paramount Light 8:16 - Loop Light 11:52 - Hard Light ___ Liked this? Check out these ⬇️ Laws of Light: Quality of Light (http://bit.ly/2FzVZA6) Laws of Light: Separation (http://bit.ly/2HttOPy) Laws of Light: How Light Conveys Emotion (http://bit.ly/2paaccR) Follow The Slanted Lens- Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/theslantedlens Twitter: https://twitter.com/theslantedlens Instagram: https://instagram.com/theslantedlens --- GEAR USED: Aputure 300D: https://bhpho.to/2FHJgqS // http://amzn.to/2FE5lXy Aputure Light Dome: https://bhpho.to/2FzKbhj // http://amzn.to/2DpemS4 Canon C200: https://bhpho.to/2Crtkr8 // http://amzn.to/2pcpvBA Foam Board: https://bhpho.to/2Dpc1a6 // http://amzn.to/2FzqLZN Seamless Background: https://bhpho.to/2GqG3NQ // http://amzn.to/2FQCtys Canon 5D Mark III: https://bhpho.to/2CLvEtk // http://amzn.to/2FQC7b6 __ In this video, we'll show you how to do the five basic lighting setups every photographer should know. These techniques will help guide you through studio lighting and different ways you can modify these lighting setups to your liking. - Jay P. Jay P. Morgan has been working as a Commercial Photographer and Film Director in the Los Angeles area for more than 20 years developing an impressive list of clients from Paramount to McDonald's. Jay P.'s experience with elaborate set design and extensive lighting are key to the success of his illustrative work. Support The Slanted Lens by shopping our affiliate links: Weekly Photography Deals & More: https://bhpho.to/2AxlpH2 Amazon- http://amzn.to/1T7Z20D --- Subscribe to The Slanted Lens and get new videos every Thursday http://bit.ly/1RgdYoM Visit the webpage: http://theslantedlens.com Visit our SPONSORS Tamron Lenses: http://bit.ly/2mZgkoz Blackrapid: http://www.blackrapid.com Platypod: http://www.platypod.com/ Morgan Photo Retouch: http://www.morganphotoretouch.com Datacolor: http://bit.ly/2lZk8Bi Vanguard: http://www.vanguardworld.us/ Triple Scoop Music: http://www.triplescoopmusic.com SKB: http://www.skbcases.com/ TSL Store: http://theslantedlens.com/tsl-store/
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One Light Corporate Image - Photography Tutorial
 
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** Go to http://theslantedlens.com/giveaway/ to enter for your chance to win one of three giveaways from Vanguard during the month of October! ** In today's lesson, I am shooting a corporate image of someone in a call center. I have done these images for years and their success hinges on getting the right person to be the talent. The image represents the face of the company, so the talent should make the image feel open and inviting. There are a couple things to know when prepping talent for a photo shoot, whether that person is an employee from the client company or a paid model/actor: 1. Have them bring several options for clothing 2. Make sure clothes are clean and pressed; bring an iron or steamer with you 3. Talent should be well groomed 4. Make a conscious decision about facial hair with the client and the talent 5. Have the talent bring personal grooming supplies, from tooth brushes to razors This type of image demands a few things from the talent, and you will need to provide direction to him or her: 1. Need to look directly into the camera 2. Need to have a comfortable smile 3. Help talent feel comfortable by engaging in conversation 4. Positive encouragement We only had an hour to get this shot but because of the prep work we did with the talent and client, we were able to set up everything needed for this shoot in 30 minutes, leaving us plenty of time to get the shot. Prep work is just as important as the time spent on set. Thanks for watching! Keep those cameras rollin' and keep on clickin'. For more photography tutorials like this one, check out http://theslantedlens.com/. Thanks to our sponsors: https://photoflex.com/ http://www.vanguardworld.com/ http://www.tamron-usa.com/ http://www.kesslercrane.com/?Click=16612 http://glidecam.com/ https://www.lensprotogo.com/ http://www.dynalite.com/ http://spiderholster.com/ http://www.rosco.com/ http://triplescoopmusic.com/
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Corporate Headshots- 3 Looks in 30 Minutes
 
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Check out this month's Business Coaching Call! Today on The Slanted Lens we are taking 3 styles of corporate headshots in roughly 30 minutes! Check out this simple setup! Keep those cameras rollin' and keep on clickin'. -Jay P. Support The Slanted Lens by shopping our affiliate links: B&H Photo Video- https://bhpho.to/2jG9EX9 Amazon- http://amzn.to/1T7Z20D New giveaways every month! http://theslantedlens.com/giveaway _ Subscribe to The Slanted Lens and get new videos every Thursday http://bit.ly/1RgdYoM Visit the webpage: http://theslantedlens.com Visit our SPONSORS Tamron Lenses: http://bit.ly/2mZgkoz Dynalite Dynamic Lighting: http://www.dynalite.com LaCie: http://www.lacie.com/ Morgan Photo Retouch: http://www.morganphotoretouch.com Datacolor: http://bit.ly/2lZk8Bi Vanguard: http://www.vanguardworld.us/ Triple Scoop Music: http://www.triplescoopmusic.com SKB: http://www.skbcases.com/ Rosco: http://us.rosco.com/ Follow Jay P. Morgan- Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/theslantedlens1 Twitter: https://twitter.com/theslantedlens Instagram: https://instagram.com/theslantedlens Google Plus: http://bit.ly/1PAIIlC
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Laws of Light: High Speed Sync Photography
 
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Capturing jaw-dropping photos in the sun can be fairly challenging. In today's #LawsOfLight, we show you how to use high-speed sync strobes when shooting high contrast scenes. By the end of the video you'll be able to take control of your lighting and overpower the sun. Enter the GIVEAWAY: https://gleam.io/fb/qVxNl BAJAS - https://amzn.to/2wWsaTU Follow The Slanted Lens- Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/theslantedlens Twitter: https://twitter.com/theslantedlens Instagram: https://instagram.com/theslantedlens --- GEAR USED: Bajas: https://bhpho.to/2Mk6ciI // https://amzn.to/2wWsaTU Canon 5D Mark III: https://bhpho.to/2OyuW96 // https://amzn.to/2wVl16r Tamron 24-70mm: https://bhpho.to/2J2wp4j // https://amzn.to/2NrP2UQ BlackRapid Retro Strap: https://bhpho.to/2G06Y1T // https://amzn.to/2NqHgdX __ Jay P. Morgan has been working as a Commercial Photographer and Film Director in the Los Angeles area for more than 20 years developing an impressive list of clients from Paramount to McDonald's. Jay P.'s experience with elaborate set design and extensive lighting are key to the success of his illustrative work. Support The Slanted Lens by shopping our affiliate links: Weekly Photography Deals & More: https://bhpho.to/2AxlpH2 Amazon- http://amzn.to/1T7Z20D --- Subscribe to The Slanted Lens and get new videos every Thursday http://bit.ly/1RgdYoM Visit the webpage: http://theslantedlens.com Visit our SPONSORS Tamron Lenses: http://bit.ly/2mZgkoz Blackrapid: http://www.blackrapid.com Platypod: http://www.platypod.com/ Morgan Photo Retouch: http://www.morganphotoretouch.com Datacolor: http://bit.ly/2lZk8Bi Vanguard: http://www.vanguardworld.us/ Triple Scoop Music: http://www.triplescoopmusic.com SKB: http://www.skbcases.com/ TSL Store: http://theslantedlens.com/tsl-store/
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Lighting Reflectors: A Lighting Tutorial
 
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** Sign up at http://theslantedlens.com for free video lighting tutorials & gear giveaways *** Using Various Lighting Reflectors: A Lighting Tutorial for Photographers By Jay P. Morgan. In this Slanted Lens lighting tutorial we take a look at the basics of reflectors and how to use them on location. We shot Liz Hernandez from E-TV on location at the Ultimate Grave Yard and had a great shoot. From this shoot we are going to take a beginning look at reflectors, the different colors and practical application examples on how to use them. As a beginning photographer, using a reflector is an easy way to start to modify light and learn where to place the light source in relationship to your subject. Using reflectors and becoming good at placing them will teach you how to place strobes. Good light placement is the same for both strobes and reflectors but easier to see with a reflector than it is with strobes. The color examples used in this video are all based on Photoflex reflectors which can be seen at http://www.photoflex.com. Good luck and keep on click'n! Jay P. Morgan Products used in this video: Reflectors: http://amzn.to/1T2w04k http://www.kesslercrane.com/ http://www.tamron-usa.com/ http://www.glidecam.com/ http://www.henselusa.com http://ikancorp.com/ http://triplescoopmusic.com http://theslantedlens.com/
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The Basics of a One Light Setup: A Lighting Tutorial
 
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Sign up for a free business call with Jay P. http://bit.ly/1riRM7M In today's TSL lesson we are going way back to the very basics of a one light setup to light a face. Our talent Tiffany Taylor is beautiful and it's very easy to demonstrate on her face. Everything in the world is a ball, a cube or a cylinder. The human face is nothing more than a ball with features. Let's look at how to light the face and background to create separation and interest with a single light source. We are using a Dynalite continuous light source for our portraits because we are shooting on the Canon 1DC and will pull still images from the video footage. This was an interesting process and one we will talk about in our next lesson at length. Let's look at the basics of a one light setup. Enter our giveaway- http://theslantedlens.com/giveaway -Jay P. Products used in this lesson: C-Stand: http://bhpho.to/1PjMsZy Canon 1DC: http://bhpho.to/1SGWc4d Lens: http://bhpho.to/20UkgSa Backdrop: http://bhpho.to/1PO4q83 Softbox: http://bhpho.to/1XhbFXF Power Pack: http://bhpho.to/1O27h7B LitePanel: http://bhpho.to/1Q9qjke TriPod: http://bhpho.to/1Q84nQg _____________________________________ Subscribe to The Slanted Lens http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=TheSlantedLens Visit the webpage: http://theslantedlens.com New videos every Thursday Follow Jay P. Morgan Google Plus: http://bit.ly/1PAIIlC https://www.facebook.com/theslantedlens1 https://twitter.com/theslantedlens https://instagram.com/theslantedlens http://www.kesslercrane.com/ http://www.tamron-usa.com/ http://www.dynalite.com/ http://www.photoflex.com/ http://www.rosco.com/us/index.cfm http://www.glidecam.com/ http://www.vanguardworld.com http://triplescoopmusic.com http://theslantedlens.com/ http://www.lensprotogo.com
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Teleconverter Pros and Cons
 
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Sign up for my free business coaching call: http://theslantedlens.com/freecall Hi, this is Jay P. Morgan. Today on The Slanted Lens, we're here at a great swamp in Houston. We're photographing alligators and birds with a 150-600mm Tamron lens, plus a couple of teleconverters from Tamron. What do you get when you add a teleconverter to a 150-600mm lens? Let's check it out and see. Keep those cameras rollin' and keep on clickin'. -Jay P. Support The Slanted Lens by shopping our affiliate links: Tamron 1.4x Teleconverter: http://amzn.to/2o3SmJ3 Tamron 2x Teleconverter: http://amzn.to/2neXEwF Tamron 150-600mm Lens: http://amzn.to/2nskWkp Tamron 70-200mm Lens: http://amzn.to/2mNIymR Canon 800mm 5.6 Lens: http://amzn.to/2nsnI9j Canon 5D Mark III: http://amzn.to/2nsljLS B&H Photo Video- https://bhpho.to/2jG9EX9 Amazon- http://amzn.to/1T7Z20D New giveaways every month! http://theslantedlens.com/giveaway _ Subscribe to The Slanted Lens and get new videos every Thursday http://bit.ly/1RgdYoM Visit the webpage: http://theslantedlens.com Visit our SPONSORS Tamron Lenses: http://bit.ly/2mZgkoz Dynalite Dynamic Lighting: http://www.dynalite.com LaCie: http://www.lacie.com/ Vanguard: http://www.vanguardworld.us/ Datacolor: http://bit.ly/2lZk8Bi Photoflex: http://www.photoflex.com Triple Scoop Music: http://www.triplescoopmusic.com Morgan Photo Retouch: http://www.morganphotoretouch.com Follow Jay P. Morgan- Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/theslantedlens1 Twitter: https://twitter.com/theslantedlens Instagram: https://instagram.com/theslantedlens Google Plus: http://bit.ly/1PAIIlC
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George Hurrell Hollywood Lighting with LED Lights
 
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Hi, this is Jay P. Morgan. Today on The Slanted Lens we're looking at the four principles George Hurrell used when creating his iconic portraits of Hollywood actors and actresses. And we're using Rosco's (http://www.rosco.com) LED LitePad Vector lights to do it. Keep those cameras rollin' and keep on clickin'. -Jay P. New giveaways every month! http://theslantedlens.com/giveaway Get your own LitePad through our affiliate link here: http://bhpho.to/2cg49hs _ Subscribe to The Slanted Lens and get new videos every Thursday http://bit.ly/1RgdYoM Visit the webpage: http://theslantedlens.com Visit our SPONSORS Tamron Lenses: http://bit.ly/20zf8lV Dynalite Dynamic Lighting: http://www.dynalite.com Rosco: http://www.rosco.com Spider Camera Holsters: http://www.spiderholster.com Morgan Photo Retouch: http://www.morganphotoretouch.com Datacolor: http://bit.ly/2bcWmk2 Vanguard: http://www.vanguardworld.us/ Tog Tees: http://bit.ly/togteestsl Triple Scoop Music: http://www.triplescoopmusic.com Follow Jay P. Morgan- Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/theslantedlens1 Twitter: https://twitter.com/theslantedlens Instagram: https://instagram.com/theslantedlens Google Plus: http://bit.ly/1PAIIlC
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8 Questions to Ask Before Estimating a Photo Shoot
 
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To download a complete course on estimating, go to http://theslantedlens.com/estimating. A client wants to hire you for a photo or video shoot. That's great! But now what? Here are eight questions, or line of questions, to ask in order to ensure you get all the information you will need in order to create an estimate (and get hired). 1. Ask questions to sound interested and interesting. 2. What is the budget? 3. Usage? 4. Who is the competition? 5. How did you find out about me or my work? 6. Is there an image that matches the job in your mind? 7. Who is on the team? 8. Ask questions about the approach to the job. Now that you have all the information, you actually need to create the estimate. The reality is that estimating is kind of a complicated process. I have put together a class as a digital download that will teach you this process from my point of view. I walk through what to include and pricing for commercial photography, weddings, video and portraits. Purchase the video and learn more at http://theslantedlens.com/estimating. Don't be afraid to get out there, ask questions, make estimates and as always, keep those cameras rollin' and keep on clickin'.
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Freezing Action with Strobes
 
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Today on the Slanted Lens, we’re going to show you how to freeze action with strobes, not high speed sync, but freezing action with monoblocks in normal flash mode. I’m going to use a trampoline, my Baja B4’s, and a warrior princess to illustrate this principle. First, to understand how to freeze action with strobes you need to understand how strobes work. More importantly, how your strobes work. They’re all very different and you need to figure out how yours works to apply these principles. Strobes are simply a flash of light. Most people think that flash is immediate because to our eyes it happens so fast we think it all happens at once. That’s really not the case at all. Strobes have what is called a flash duration. Flash duration is the amount of time it takes for a strobe to come to peak power and then to tail off. Flash duration on a chart is like a shark’s fin. It makes a sharp rise up and then a slow fall off. Kind of like a tail. T5 records the amount of time that the flash duration is above 50 percent. T1 represents all the time that the flash is burning from the time it’s above 10 percent and then back down to 10 percent. So consequently, a T1 give you a much better idea of the flash duration because 50 percent of the light is happening underneath that 50 percent mark. So it’s happening in the long tail off and that causes blur on your subject. Nowadays, and the Baja B4 has this, there’s a modern technology that is called IGBT technology. It basically acts like a switch that turns the flash off quick and cuts it giving you a spike flash duration. This cuts a little bit of the power out but that spike flash duration is very short and allows you to stop action much easier. For our photo shoot today I’m going to do 3 things to freeze the action. First, I am going to dial my power down to 50 percent on my Baja B4. It’s going to reduce the flash duration as I dial the power down. Now not all monoblocks will do this. Like the Einstein, it actually lengthens the flash duration when you dial the power down. So it’s important if you’re going to apply this principle you look at the manual for your monoblock and see if shortening the power actually reduces the flash duration. Second, I’m going to shorten my shutter speed until I get a clip from the shutter speed on the image. So I’ll start out at 1/30 then 1/60 and keep dialing it down until finally it clips the frame. Then I’ll step back one step and that will be my shutter speed. Third, I’m going to use the oldest trick in the book. All right, maybe not the oldest trick but certainly the second oldest trick in the book. It’s simply a matter that I am going to shoot at peak action. Everything that goes up has got to come down. So there’s that moment when it’s going up when it just pauses and then starts to come back down. Now I may not be able to hit that exact moment every single time but I can be very close to it. If I can shoot at that moment I’m going to be far more likely to freeze the action because the subject is not moving near as fast. So there you have it: 1. Dial your power down 2. Get the fastest shutter speed you can 3. Shoot at peak action I hoped you learned something about freezing action and that you can apply it to your strobes and to your situations. Thanks for watching. Keep those cameras rollin’ and keep on clickin’.
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Laws of Light: Shaping Light with Flags
 
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Learn how to shape, modify, and control light with flags, nets, and silks. Perfect for portrait and studio photography! IITRANSLATE THIS VIDEO INTO SPANISH!! (please) http://www.youtube.com/timedtext_video?ref=share&v=ShFk1Ao9sBw Enter the GIVEAWAY: https://gleam.io/fb/3qmYW KUPO STANDS: https://bhpho.to/2vmdcIt FLAGS: https://bhpho.to/2HIAfzU Follow The Slanted Lens- Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/theslantedlens Twitter: https://twitter.com/theslantedlens Instagram: https://instagram.com/theslantedlens --- GEAR USED: Kupo Light Stand: https://bhpho.to/2vmdcIt // https://amzn.to/2H6H4Op Kupo C-Stand: https://bhpho.to/2HGyhzY // https://amzn.to/2H7aqfR Aputure 300D: https://bhpho.to/2FHJgqS // https://amzn.to/2vpmpzG Matthews Floppy 48x48: https://bhpho.to/2HGqIJl // https://amzn.to/2J4LFNI Matthews 24x36: https://bhpho.to/2vpJN09 // https://amzn.to/2JQVoZn Matthews 18x24: https://bhpho.to/2HIAfzU // https://amzn.to/2JUFb5t Matthews Silk: https://bhpho.to/2H7G60d // https://amzn.to/2qG5wuZ Matthews Single Net: https://bhpho.to/2HIS4Pc // https://amzn.to/2H7e2ON Matthews Double Net: https://bhpho.to/2HENgdv // https://amzn.to/2H6T0zM __ Jay P. Morgan has been working as a Commercial Photographer and Film Director in the Los Angeles area for more than 20 years developing an impressive list of clients from Paramount to McDonald's. Jay P.'s experience with elaborate set design and extensive lighting are key to the success of his illustrative work. Support The Slanted Lens by shopping our affiliate links: Weekly Photography Deals & More: https://bhpho.to/2AxlpH2 Amazon- http://amzn.to/1T7Z20D --- Subscribe to The Slanted Lens and get new videos every Thursday http://bit.ly/1RgdYoM Visit the webpage: http://theslantedlens.com Visit our SPONSORS Tamron Lenses: http://bit.ly/2mZgkoz Blackrapid: http://www.blackrapid.com Platypod: http://www.platypod.com/ Morgan Photo Retouch: http://www.morganphotoretouch.com Datacolor: http://bit.ly/2lZk8Bi Vanguard: http://www.vanguardworld.us/ Triple Scoop Music: http://www.triplescoopmusic.com SKB: http://www.skbcases.com/ TSL Store: http://theslantedlens.com/tsl-store/
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Creating Shafts of Light for Photo and Video
 
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Please shop using our affiliate links! Amazon- http://amzn.to/1T7Z20D; B&H Photo Video- http://bhpho.to/1RqHBIF Hi, this is Jay P. Morgan. Today on The Slanted Lens, we're going to show you how to create shafts of light both for still images and for film. I love the look of light streaming into a room for video as well as photos. There are four principles that come into play when you're creating shafts of light in camera. You'll need light and atmosphere. My favorite thing to use for atmosphere is a fog or smoke machine from Rosco (http://www.rosco.com). Check it out and then share your images on our FB group! http://bit.ly/20pDWeu Keep those cameras rollin' and keep on clickin'. -Jay P. Shop our affiliate links- Octodome- http://amzn.to/29UBThh Baja B4- http://amzn.to/29WBdt0 Rosco- http://bhpho.to/2ajOf68 Source Four Fresnel- http://amzn.to/2ay8NUZ New giveaways every month! http://theslantedlens.com/giveaway _ Subscribe to The Slanted Lens and get new videos every Tuesday and Thursday http://bit.ly/1RgdYoM Visit the webpage: http://theslantedlens.com Visit our SPONSORS Tamron Lenses: http://bit.ly/20zf8lV Dynalite Dynamic Lighting: http://www.dynalite.com SKB Cases: http://www.skbcases.com Rosco: http://www.rosco.com Spider Camera Holsters: http://www.spiderholster.com Morgan Photo Retouch: http://www.morganphotoretouch.com Datacolor: http://www.datacolor.com/slantedlens Vanguard: http://www.vanguardworld.us/ Tog Tees: http://www.togtees.com Think Tank Photo: http://bit.ly/1Nndvpw Triple Scoop Music: http://www.triplescoopmusic.com Follow Jay P Morgan Google Plus: http://bit.ly/1PAIIlC https://www.facebook.com/theslantedlens1 https://twitter.com/theslantedlens https://instagram.com/theslantedlens
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Enhance Your Images with Gels
 
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Learn studio strobe lighting with this download: http://bit.ly/2cuDI6H Hi, this is Jay P. Morgan. Today on The Slanted Lens we've got a Quick Tip that will help you enhance the look of your images. I use Rosco gels frequently on my shoots (http://www.rosco.com). Adding a gel to your rim light gives you the ability to change the feel of your images, either subtly or in a big way. Take a look and let me know which gel you like best. Keep those cameras rollin' and keep on clickin'. -Jay P. Support our channel and new content by buying your Rosco gels through our affiliate links- B&H: http://bhpho.to/2bNNGib or Amazon: http://amzn.to/2cupO7c New giveaways every month! http://theslantedlens.com/giveaway _ Subscribe to The Slanted Lens and get new videos every Thursday http://bit.ly/1RgdYoM Visit the webpage: http://theslantedlens.com Visit our SPONSORS Tamron Lenses: http://bit.ly/20zf8lV Dynalite Dynamic Lighting: http://www.dynalite.com Rosco: http://www.rosco.com Spider Camera Holsters: http://www.spiderholster.com Morgan Photo Retouch: http://www.morganphotoretouch.com Datacolor: http://bit.ly/2bcWmk2 Vanguard: http://www.vanguardworld.us/ Tog Tees: http://bit.ly/togteestsl Triple Scoop Music: http://www.triplescoopmusic.com Follow Jay P. Morgan- Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/theslantedlens1 Twitter: https://twitter.com/theslantedlens Instagram: https://instagram.com/theslantedlens Google Plus: http://bit.ly/1PAIIlC
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Light Modifiers Comparison
 
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Check out my new MASTERING STROBE LIGHTING DVD! http://bit.ly/2cuDI6H And check out http://theslantedlens.com/ for a list of all the Dynalite products we used in this lesson! Today on The Slanted Lens we will be comparing all the different types of modifiers and how they affect a subject's face! Keep those cameras rollin' and keep on clickin'. -Jay P. Support The Slanted Lens by shopping our affiliate links: B&H Photo Video- https://bhpho.to/2jG9EX9 Amazon- http://amzn.to/1T7Z20D New giveaways every month! http://theslantedlens.com/giveaway _ Subscribe to The Slanted Lens and get new videos every Thursday http://bit.ly/1RgdYoM Visit the webpage: http://theslantedlens.com Visit our SPONSORS Tamron Lenses: http://bit.ly/2mZgkoz Dynalite Dynamic Lighting: http://www.dynalite.com LaCie: http://www.lacie.com/ Morgan Photo Retouch: http://www.morganphotoretouch.com Datacolor: http://bit.ly/2lZk8Bi Vanguard: http://www.vanguardworld.us/ Triple Scoop Music: http://www.triplescoopmusic.com SKB: http://www.skbcases.com/flyer Follow Jay P. Morgan- Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/theslantedlens1 Twitter: https://twitter.com/theslantedlens Instagram: https://instagram.com/theslantedlens Google Plus: http://bit.ly/1PAIIlC
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Snoot Basics - Lighting Tutorial
 
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**Go to http://theslantedlens.com/giveaway/ to enter for a chance to win a Rosco V-Hazer Fog Machine! Enter daily 'til 01/31.** Today on The Slanted Lens, we are going to answer the age old question, “What is a snoot?” We are still at the YouTube Space and going strong but before we get to our film noir setup, let’s take a look at what a snoot is. A snoot is a funny name for a piece of equipment that fits over a studio light or portable flash and allows the photographer to control the direction or area of coverage of the light. In film, we use black wrap to create snoots – basically black aluminum foil that can be formed into a funnel and molded to the light. So what is the area of coverage of a snoot? This is a hard question to answer since there are many different sizes from different manufacturers and you can make your own. The one I have is fairly average so let’s look at how it compares to a grid. I shot an image of our subject against a white wall with the light eight feet away and a second on set. The area of coverage is very narrow and the fall out is very sharp. There is a certain amount of fill in the dark areas when we shot on the white wall but I don’t think the snoot was sealed well enough to the instrument. Images using a snoot usually have a very concentrated area of light with no fill in the shadows. Compare this to a shot with the same setup using a 10 degree grid. The edges are softer with the grid, the light falls off much faster and there is a hot spot in the middle. The quality of light with a snoot is a little bit harder than a grid. It is a very directional light with little or no fill from light bouncing off the sides of the reflector. Because the snoot is so far out in front of the reflector, it has negated any side bounce. We got some great images with snoots and a hazer. This type of look is very compelling to me. Take a look at a few of the edited color images after the faces and floor were retouched. Snoots are a hard light that create a lot of contrast, which is great for black and white images. It wouldn't be film noir if the images didn't look good in B&W, so take a look at the final images after I took them into Silver Efex. These past two lessons on grids and snoots have been a great exercise for me and has helped me understand the difference between these two pieces of equipment. Grids are harder and more diffused on the edges while a snoot is more directional and keeps a constant exposure throughout the light pattern. Snoots do have the advantage of being any size you want them to be when using black wrap to create them. Grids only have four sizes. They both have a place on set, though, and I hope you learned as much as I did. Keep those cameras rollin' and keep on clickin'. Thanks to our sponsors: https://photoflex.com/ http://www.tamron-usa.com/ https://www.lensprotogo.com/ http://www.dynalite.com/ http://spiderholster.com/ http://www.rosco.com/ http://triplescoopmusic.com/
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Lens Calibration Quick Tip
 
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My workshop is almost here! Don't miss out, sign up today! http://bit.ly/1UjsUaR Hi, this is Jay P. Morgan. Today on The Slanted Lens we’re gonna show you how to calibrate your lenses using Datacolor's SpyderLENSCAL (http://bit.ly/1NkKPx3). It's a great tool that will help you ensure accurate focus every time. Thanks for watching, hope you enjoyed this quick tip. Keep those cameras rollin' and keep on clickin'. -Jay P. Please use our affiliate links to support new content! http://amzn.to/1SIqq4s http://bhpho.to/1SNtH5J _ Subscribe to The Slanted Lens and get new videos every Tuesday and Thursday http://bit.ly/1RgdYoM Visit the webpage: http://theslantedlens.com Visit our SPONSORS Tamron Lenses: http://bit.ly/20zf8lV Dynalite Dynamic Lighting: http://www.dynalite.com SKB Cases: http://www.skbcases.com Rosco: http://www.rosco.com Spider Camera Holsters: http://www.spiderholster.com Morgan Photo Retouch: http://www.morganphotoretouch.com Bokeh Fire Lens Rentals: http://www.bokehfire.com MIOPS Trigger: http://miops.com/ Datacolor: http://www.datacolor.com/slantedlens Triple Scoop Music: http://www.triplescoopmusic.com Follow Jay P Morgan Google Plus: http://bit.ly/1PAIIlC https://www.facebook.com/theslantedlens1 https://twitter.com/theslantedlens https://instagram.com/theslantedlens
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Diffusion Filter Comparison - Photography Tutorial
 
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For today's TSL lesson, we are going to look at camera diffusion. In the late '80s and '90s, you could not shoot with enough diffusion on the camera. Today, we live in an era of sharpness. We've hit the point where it's so sharp that it is difficult for retouchers to get a nice image. I think the trend now is shifting towards a little softer image in camera that needs less work later on. Tiffen makes screw-in filters ideal for DSLR users. They are not our sponsor, I just thought it was a great product that I wanted to review. Let's take a look at these three different types of filters Tiffen makes. We used them on a black-and-white set inside as well as outside. Thanks to our sponsors: https://photoflex.com/ http://www.vanguardworld.com/ http://www.tamron-usa.com/ http://www.kesslercrane.com/?Click=16612 http://glidecam.com/ https://www.lensprotogo.com/ http://www.dynalite.com/ http://spiderholster.com/ http://www.rosco.com/ http://triplescoopmusic.com/
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Shooting Time-Lapse Photography at Night - Photography Tutorial
 
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**Enter to Win a Tamron 70-200MM Lens for Canon or Nikon*** Enter at http://theslantedlens.com/giveaway/ Ends 08/31/2014! Today on The Slanted Lens, we are up at Mono Lake in northern California to teach you about shooting time-lapse photography at night. I want to get a great shot of the Milky Way as it moves across the night sky behind the tufas, which are the towers of calcium build up present all over the Mono Lake area. First off, we need to know where the Milky Way is going to be in the sky and when it will rise above the horizon. I found a great article on Star Circle Academy to help get me started; read the article here: http://starcircleacademy.com/2012/06/milkyway/ It is important to scout your location ahead of time. You cannot show up half an hour before it is going to start, throw down the camera and expect to get a good shot. Get out there early and check out the location. Here are a couple things to bring along to make this experience a little easier: 1) A backpack – We had to walk quite a long way to get to the area where we wanted to shoot and a backpack makes it a lot easier to haul everything you need. 2) Chair or foam pad – The time-lapse is going to take a while and you need something to sit or rest on. 3) Headlamps and extra batteries – Even if you don't arrive in the dark, you will probably be packing up in the dark. 4) Dim flashlight – A small light like the kind found on keychains will give you enough light to move around while the time lapse going, but won't be so much that it will affect your subject, in this case, the tufas. It was a great time to be out in that location, sitting under the stars with my sweetheart. I love photography and video – where else can you get these kinds of experiences? Get out there and see what you can do. Thanks for watching! Keep those cameras rollin' and keep on clickin'. Thanks to our sponsors: https://photoflex.com/ http://www.vanguardworld.com/ http://www.tamron-usa.com/ http://www.kesslercrane.com/?Click=16612 http://glidecam.com/ https://www.lensprotogo.com/ http://www.dynalite.com/ http://spiderholster.com/ http://www.rosco.com/ http://triplescoopmusic.com/
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Why Use a Color Chart?
 
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Master Studio Strobe Lighting with my tutorial: http://bit.ly/2cuDI6H Hi, this is Jay P. Morgan. Today on The Slanted Lens we've got a great lesson for you. I've been using Datacolor's (http://bit.ly/2bcWmk2) SpyderCHECKR (https://bhpho.to/2d7ixbI) color chart and calibration tool on set and it really helps speed up the editing process. I decided to show you how we use this software in today's lesson, Why Use a Color Chart? -Jay P. Support The Slanted Lens by shopping our affiliate links: B&H Photo Video- https://bhpho.to/2ghw2pp Amazon- http://amzn.to/1T7Z20D SpyderCHECKR: https://bhpho.to/2d7ixbI New giveaways every month! http://theslantedlens.com/giveaway _ Subscribe to The Slanted Lens and get new videos every Thursday http://bit.ly/1RgdYoM Visit the webpage: http://theslantedlens.com Visit our SPONSORS Tamron Lenses: http://bit.ly/20zf8lV Dynalite Dynamic Lighting: http://www.dynalite.com Rosco: http://www.rosco.com Spider Camera Holsters: http://www.spiderholster.com Morgan Photo Retouch: http://www.morganphotoretouch.com Datacolor: http://bit.ly/2bcWmk2 Vanguard: http://www.vanguardworld.us/ Tog Tees: http://bit.ly/togteestsl Triple Scoop Music: http://www.triplescoopmusic.com Follow Jay P. Morgan- Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/theslantedlens1 Twitter: https://twitter.com/theslantedlens Instagram: https://instagram.com/theslantedlens Google Plus: http://bit.ly/1PAIIlC
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Photographing a Bottle: A lighting Lesson
 
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** Sign up at http://theslantedlens.com for free video lighting tutorials & gear giveaways *** Photographing a Bottle: A Photo Lighting Lesson By Jay P. Morgan. This video is part three in a three part series about soft boxes. In this video we use soft boxes to light the Rocket Fizz Bottle. There are a lot of ways to light a bottle but we chose to show yo how to accomplish it using soft boxes as part of our series. This finished bottle was then com-posited into the image of our talent. By going to our Facebook page you can see the lighting buildup. I posted the images there that show the lighting step by step. http://www.facebook.com/theslantedlens1 Keep on click'n! Jay P. Morgan http://theslantedlens.com/ http://www.facebook.com/theslantedlens1 http://www.kesslercrane.com/ http://henselusa.com/
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How to Shoot Group or Team Photos
 
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Free Business Coaching Call! Sign up here: http://bit.ly/1riRM7M Hi, this is Jay P. Morgan. Today on The Slanted Lens we'll be looking at how to shoot group or team photos. This is a valuable tool in your arsenal to bring in extra income. Take a look and let me know what you think. Be sure to sign up for my free business coaching call as well! http://bit.ly/1riRM7M Keep those cameras rollin' and keep on clickin'. -Jay P. Support The Slanted Lens by shopping our affiliate links: B&H Photo Video- https://bhpho.to/2jG9EX9 Amazon- http://amzn.to/1T7Z20D New giveaways every month! http://theslantedlens.com/giveaway _ Subscribe to The Slanted Lens and get new videos every Thursday http://bit.ly/1RgdYoM Visit the webpage: http://theslantedlens.com Visit our SPONSORS Tamron Lenses: http://bit.ly/2mZgkoz Dynalite Dynamic Lighting: http://www.dynalite.com LaCie: http://www.lacie.com/ Morgan Photo Retouch: http://www.morganphotoretouch.com Datacolor: http://bit.ly/2lZk8Bi Vanguard: http://www.vanguardworld.us/ Triple Scoop Music: http://www.triplescoopmusic.com Follow Jay P. Morgan- Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/theslantedlens1 Twitter: https://twitter.com/theslantedlens Instagram: https://instagram.com/theslantedlens Google Plus: http://bit.ly/1PAIIlC
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Soft Boxes Applied: A lighting Lesson
 
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** Sign up at http://theslantedlens.com for free video lighting tutorials & gear giveaways *** Soft Boxes Applied: A Lighting Lesson By Jay P. Morgan This Video is part two in a three part series about softboxes. It's showing how to create a simple three light set up to shoot a model. Part two shows how to apply the science of part one to a real life situation. The art of creating light is a language all its own. The language of light is the emotion that light creates in the viewer. Its not enough to know the science of using a soft box, you must understand how light effects people. This part introduces the idea that light is a language and it can cause different emotions in the viewer. Thanks to Photoflex http://www.photoflex.com for providing the boxes for this demonstration. This is just an introduction to the idea that light causes emotion. We will talk about this often. The Language of Light. Keep on click'n! http://theslantedlens.com http://www.facebook.com/theslantedlens1 http://www.kesslercrane.com http://henselusa.com http://www.photoflex.com
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How Aperture Shapes LENS FLARE, and Other Lens Flare Tips
 
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NEW Stop Motion Advanced Workshop: http://bit.ly/2rjAiMP There are a million ways to add lens flare after the fact in Photoshop. But in today’s lesson, we’re going to talk about adding lens flare in camera, out on location. Using flare purposefully is a creative call, and can look very interesting. So let’s take a look at how to go about accomplishing that. Keep those cameras rollin' and keep on clickin'. -Jay P. Support The Slanted Lens by shopping our affiliate links: B&H Photo Video- https://bhpho.to/2jG9EX9 Amazon- http://amzn.to/1T7Z20D New giveaways every month! http://theslantedlens.com/giveaway _ Subscribe to The Slanted Lens and get new videos every Thursday http://bit.ly/1RgdYoM Visit the webpage: http://theslantedlens.com Visit our SPONSORS Tamron Lenses: http://bit.ly/2mZgkoz Dynalite Dynamic Lighting: http://www.dynalite.com LaCie: http://www.lacie.com/ Morgan Photo Retouch: http://www.morganphotoretouch.com Datacolor: http://bit.ly/2lZk8Bi Vanguard: http://www.vanguardworld.us/ Triple Scoop Music: http://www.triplescoopmusic.com Follow Jay P. Morgan- Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/theslantedlens1 Twitter: https://twitter.com/theslantedlens Instagram: https://instagram.com/theslantedlens Google Plus: http://bit.ly/1PAIIlC
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Understanding Grids - Lighting Tutorial
 
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**Go to http://theslantedlens.com/giveaway/ to enter for a chance to win a Rosco V-Hazer Fog Machine! Enter daily 'til 01/31.** Today we are shooting at the YouTube Space for the first time. It’s a wonderful facility with great equipment and helpful people. I have been looking forward to shooting here for some time and today is the day! We are going to shoot a film noir shot using grids on strobe heads and mix that with a similar looking light from the film world called a Source 4. I want to show how grids work and how you can light with them while at the same time mixing them with tungsten light. As we have covered in past lessons, grids are a honeycomb metal insert that goes into the reflector. They restrict the area of coverage for the strobe. I love them because they help give you more control of the light. First, we take a look at how the different sizes of grid look with our subject against a white wall. Grid light is very directional and not soft. The spill in the shadow areas of the image increases as you go to larger grids. Grids are perfect for a film noir shoot with hard light and deeper shadows. Take a look at our shoot and how we set it up. I shot on the Canon 5D Mark III with a 24-70mm Tamron lens. Using grids for this shoot was the perfect choice. They are directional and hard looking and look more like fresnel hit lights. The different degree grids allowed us to light only the area that we wanted to. A small grid for her face and a broader grid for the rim light that will cover both her and him. This is an effective way to work and can produce some amazing images. I love this type of stuff and look forward to doing it again soon. Keep those cameras rollin’ and keep on clickin’. Thanks to our sponsors: https://photoflex.com/ http://www.tamron-usa.com/ https://www.lensprotogo.com/ http://www.dynalite.com/ http://spiderholster.com/ http://www.rosco.com/ http://triplescoopmusic.com/
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8 Cinematic Camera Moves For Video
 
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Level up your videos using these cinematic camera techniques. Cinematic camera moves that can be applied to both documentary-style and cinema-style shooting. Enter the GIVEAWAY: https://gleam.io/fb/XTwSD Want More Videographer Tutorials? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KqMBJ5gVQp0&list=PLuReQyMP8EfqdQ6o_z80onkEgH3B1uIZh Follow The Slanted Lens- Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/theslantedlens Twitter: https://twitter.com/theslantedlens Instagram: https://instagram.com/theslantedlens --- GEAR USED: 9.Solutions C-Pan Arm: https://bhpho.to/2MH2Gmy || https://amzn.to/2PvNVBK Intellytech LiteCloth: https://bhpho.to/2BBjbfv Sony a7RIII: https://bhpho.to/2OYLh6b || https://amzn.to/2nZC8ir Tamron 24-70 2.8: https://bhpho.to/2BxgBY5 || https://amzn.to/2o3Q4b3 __ Jay P. Morgan has been working as a Commercial Photographer and Film Director in the Los Angeles area for more than 20 years developing an impressive list of clients from Paramount to McDonald's. Jay P.'s experience with elaborate set design and extensive lighting are key to the success of his illustrative work. Support The Slanted Lens by shopping our affiliate links: Weekly Photography Deals & More: https://bhpho.to/2AxlpH2 Amazon- http://amzn.to/1T7Z20D --- Subscribe to The Slanted Lens and get new videos every Thursday http://bit.ly/1RgdYoM Visit the webpage: http://theslantedlens.com Visit our SPONSORS Tamron Lenses: http://bit.ly/2mZgkoz Blackrapid: http://www.blackrapid.com Platypod: http://www.platypod.com/ Morgan Photo Retouch: http://www.morganphotoretouch.com Datacolor: http://bit.ly/2lZk8Bi Vanguard: http://www.vanguardworld.us/ Triple Scoop Music: http://www.triplescoopmusic.com SKB: http://www.skbcases.com/ TSL Store: http://theslantedlens.com/tsl-store/
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How to Get Sales & How to Get Found in Photography & Videography
 
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Learn some tips from Jay P and Adelaide on how to get more sales in your photography or videography business and how to get your services found. We will cover tips on naming your image file, setting up your portfolio on your website, and using call to actions on your website. If you like these tips check out our TSL Business Coaching Class http://www.theslantedlens.com/bizclass
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How to Do Stop Motion Photography
 
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Download our new stop motion tutorial! http://bit.ly/1t46UYj Trisha's tripod: http://amzn.to/2bFOybx ; https://bhpho.to/2ccNg4l Hi, this is Jay P. Morgan. Today on The Slanted Lens we'll be talking about Stop Motion photography with the master herself, Trisha Zemp. Trisha is a former student of mine, who used what I taught her in my business course to turn photography into a career. Watch our video for four tips for making your own Stop Motion video. We've gotten a lot of questions regarding Trisha's tripod. It's a Manfrotto. You can buy it through our affiliate links at Amazon: http://amzn.to/2bFOybx or B&H: https://bhpho.to/2ccNg4l Check out Trisha's site as well! http://trishazemp.com/ Keep those cameras rollin' and keep on clickin'. -Jay P. Want More Videography Tutorials? Watch More Here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KqMBJ5gVQp0&list=PLuReQyMP8EfqdQ6o_z80onkEgH3B1uIZh New giveaways every month! http://theslantedlens.com/giveaway _ Subscribe to The Slanted Lens and get new videos every Tuesday and Thursday http://bit.ly/1RgdYoM Visit the webpage: http://theslantedlens.com Visit our SPONSORS Tamron Lenses: http://bit.ly/20zf8lV Dynalite Dynamic Lighting: http://www.dynalite.com SKB Cases: http://www.skbcases.com Rosco: http://www.rosco.com Spider Camera Holsters: http://www.spiderholster.com Morgan Photo Retouch: http://www.morganphotoretouch.com Datacolor: http://www.datacolor.com/slantedlensBokeh Fire Lens Rentals: http://www.bokehfire.com Think Tank Photo: http://bit.ly/1Nndvpw Triple Scoop Music: http://www.triplescoopmusic.com Follow Jay P Morgan Google Plus: http://bit.ly/1PAIIlC https://www.facebook.com/theslantedlens1 https://twitter.com/theslantedlens https://instagram.com/theslantedlens
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How to Photograph Christmas Lights - Photography Tutorial
 
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**Go to http://theslantedlens.com/giveaway/ to enter our December giveaway! Ends 12/31.** Today on The Slanted Lens, we are getting into the holiday spirit and are headed out to take pictures of Christmas lights. There are only a couple basic things you need to understand so you can go out and take great photographs of Christmas lights this holiday season. 1. Time of Day: The best time to photograph outdoor Christmas lights is at dusk while there is still a little daylight. Just as the sun is going down and there is still ambient light they will look great. If you shoot in total dark, the lights are too stark and there is no detail in the house and it does not separate from the sky. To solve this we are going to use the ambient light at dusk as a fill light on the house. We will get a great fill on the house and great color and depth in the sky. 2. The sky can be the best part: Wait until the ambient light and the sky are dark enough to match your Christmas lights. There is a very short window when these two will be the same exposure. You can keep lengthening the shutter to bring the sky into a correct exposure but the lights will eventually become too bright. 3. Use a tripod: Don’t be crazy, use a tripod for crisp sharp images or lean on something like a car. Sometimes I will use the timer setting for real long exposure so I am not touching the camera as it exposes. 4. Don’t use an on camera flash: It wont do much of anything and is silly. Turn it off. 5. Camera settings are critical. I am using a Canon 5D Mark III. White Balance – Set your white balance on Tungsten or Daylight. Tungsten makes the sky more blue and the lights more neutral or proper colored. Daylight makes the sky less blue and the lights warmer. Both can look great. Shoot Raw – I shoot raw because if I want to change from Daylight to Tungsten I can do it as I process the images. It gives me both options. ISO – Set the ISO at 620 or higher. I started at 620 ISO on the Mark III. Aperture & Shutter Speed – I set my Aperture at 5.0 and my shutter speed at 1/8th. This is a good exposure on the lights but the ambient was way too bright. I will just keep shooting until the lights and the sky become the right exposure. Eventually it will get too dark to get a good fill on the house. I hope you have a great holiday season and take some great photos. Our next lesson will be about combining strobes with great holiday bokeh. Thanks for watching! Keep those cameras rollin’ and keep on clickin’. Thanks to our sponsors: https://photoflex.com/ http://www.vanguardworld.com/ http://www.tamron-usa.com/ http://www.kesslercrane.com/?Click=16612 http://glidecam.com/ https://www.lensprotogo.com/ http://www.dynalite.com/ http://spiderholster.com/ http://www.rosco.com/ http://triplescoopmusic.com/
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QuickTip: Turn Smoke Into Low-Lying Fog for Your Next Shoot
 
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Check out our Business Coaching Class! http://bit.ly/2s5eRew We've got a QuickTip about creating an awesome fog effect using Rosco Smoke, today on The Slanted Lens! Keep those cameras rollin' and keep on clickin'. -Jay P. Support The Slanted Lens by shopping our affiliate links: B&H Photo Video- https://bhpho.to/2jG9EX9 Amazon- http://amzn.to/1T7Z20D New giveaways every month! http://theslantedlens.com/giveaway _ Subscribe to The Slanted Lens and get new videos every Thursday http://bit.ly/1RgdYoM Visit the webpage: http://theslantedlens.com Visit our SPONSORS Tamron Lenses: http://bit.ly/2mZgkoz Dynalite Dynamic Lighting: http://www.dynalite.com LaCie: http://www.lacie.com/ Morgan Photo Retouch: http://www.morganphotoretouch.com Datacolor: http://bit.ly/2lZk8Bi Vanguard: http://www.vanguardworld.us/ Triple Scoop Music: http://www.triplescoopmusic.com SKB: http://www.skbcases.com/ Rosco: http://us.rosco.com/ Follow Jay P. Morgan- Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/theslantedlens1 Twitter: https://twitter.com/theslantedlens Instagram: https://instagram.com/theslantedlens Google Plus: http://bit.ly/1PAIIlC
Views: 13150 The Slanted Lens
Industrial Portraits - Photography Tutorial
 
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Today on the Slanted Lens we’re back out at the SKB Factory shooting an industrial portrait. It’s one of the assignments that can go really easy or really hard. So let’s get started and see what we can do. When I say industrial portrait, it’s not a lifestyle portrait. It’s not a documentary style portrait. It’s an industrial portrait. Which is more commercial than it is portrait. It’s about making the factory and the people look good. It’s more the kind of portrait you would see in an annual report or on a company’s website. Something they would use to represent the company. With that in mind, I want the people and the place to look very inviting. So let’s take a look at some tips on how to make that happen. _________________________________________________ Subscribe to The Slanted Lens and get new videos every Thursday http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=TheSlantedLens Visit the webpage: http://theslantedlens.com SCHEDULE *New lessons and tutorials on the first and third Thursday of each month *Trends from the Trenches on the second Thursday (http://bit.ly/1MEEVFB) *Product Reviews on the fourth Thursday Follow Jay P Morgan Google Plus: http://bit.ly/1PAIIlC https://www.facebook.com/theslantedlens1 https://twitter.com/theslantedlens
Views: 15342 The Slanted Lens
Strobes & Daylight: A Lighting Tutorial For Photography & Video
 
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** Sign up at http://theslantedlens.com for free video lighting tutorials & gear giveaways ** In today's Slanted Lens lighting tutorial we are out at the Bonneville Salt Flats. Our lesson will look at how to blend strobes lighting with daylight, so that the image does not look artificially lit. We will look at a method that I use to see what the strobes are doing in daylight and to help you better control them when the modeling lights are not bright enough to guide you. For our shots today we have an old wooden boat as a prop to work with. Out talent, Mary, will be wearing a dark vintage dress and be bare foot in the ice cold water. I wanted her to wear something dark so it will contrast against the light sky. In our last shot we will switch her to a light dress as it gets darker, so it's easier to get her to stand out against the darker sky. Let's take a look at shooting strobes in daylight. Keep those cameras rolling and keep on click'n. Products used in this video: Photoflex Medium Soft Box: http://amzn.to/1LD07ar Strobe Head: http://amzn.to/1LD08ev Smoker: http://amzn.to/1LD0fql Vanguard Alta Pro Tripod: http://amzn.to/1LD0hyu Tamron 24-70 mm lens: http://amzn.to/1QukdER A big thanks to our great sponsors! http://www.kesslercrane.com http://www.tamron-usa.com http://www.dynalite.com http://www.photoflex.com http://www.rosco.com/us/index.cfm http://www.spiderholster.com http://www.glidecam.com http://www.vanguardworld.com http://triplescoopmusic.com http://theslantedlens.com/ http://www.photographytalk.com/ http://www.lensprotogo.com
Views: 188943 The Slanted Lens
How to Create a Fantasy Photoshoot with Simple Elements - Photography Tutorial
 
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**Enter to Win a NeroTrigger or Light Blaster*** Enter at http://theslantedlens.com/giveaway/ Ends 07/31/2014! Today on The Slanted Lens, we show you how to create a fantasy photoshoot! We are shooting a stylized shot of a girl with an umbrella being blown by the wind -- just a fun exercise in lighting on a set. We will create an environment with three main elements: 1) clumps of grass in the foreground, 2) a tree branch from my backyard, and 3) a gray and gloomy backdrop. We created a small structure for her to lean on that will give the impression that she is leaning into the wind. A couple large fans and some handfuls of leaves will complete the set. It does not take a lot of large elements to create a large looking set. Get out there, take those elements around you and create some interesting environments. Keep those cameras rollin' and keep on clickin'. Products used in this video: Tamron 24-70mm Lens: http://amzn.to/241DRCj Dynalite Studio Head: http://amzn.to/1SMgSI7 Photoflex Flex Heads: http://bhpho.to/1QcI9mc Photoflex Medium Softbox: http://bhpho.to/1XhbFXF Kessler Stealth Slider: http://bhpho.to/1LlJAYn Thanks to our sponsors: https://photoflex.com/ http://www.vanguardworld.com/ http://www.tamron-usa.com/ http://www.kesslercrane.com/?Click=16612 http://glidecam.com/ https://www.lensprotogo.com/ http://www.dynalite.com/ http://spiderholster.com/ http://www.rosco.com/ http://triplescoopmusic.com/
Views: 354176 The Slanted Lens
How Does Film Get Processed?
 
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If you've ever thought: "Hmmm... How does film get processed?" Look no more, The Slanted Lens tours Richard Photo Lab in Valencia, CA to see how color + black & white film is processed. Enter the GIVEAWAY: https://gleam.io/fb/XTwSD Richard Photo Lab: www.richardphotolab.com/ Check out Richard's blog post about Color Profiles: http://www.richardphotolab.com/blog/post/how-to-request-film-scan-preferences Follow The Slanted Lens- Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/theslantedlens Twitter: https://twitter.com/theslantedlens Instagram: https://instagram.com/theslantedlens --- GEAR USED: Canon C200 - https://bhpho.to/2Crtkr8 // https://amzn.to/2LDcoGO Sony a7RIII - https://amzn.to/2N8bApJ // https://bhpho.to/2DZYHut Vanguard Alta Pro 2+ Carbon Fiber Tripod - https://bhpho.to/2rAZnDY // https://amzn.to/2mYPtXR Tamron 24-70mm - https://bhpho.to/2J2wp4j // https://amzn.to/2M6UhoQ __ Jay P. Morgan has been working as a Commercial Photographer and Film Director in the Los Angeles area for more than 20 years developing an impressive list of clients from Paramount to McDonald's. Jay P.'s experience with elaborate set design and extensive lighting are key to the success of his illustrative work. Support The Slanted Lens by shopping our affiliate links: Weekly Photography Deals & More: https://bhpho.to/2AxlpH2 Amazon- http://amzn.to/1T7Z20D --- Subscribe to The Slanted Lens and get new videos every Thursday http://bit.ly/1RgdYoM Visit the webpage: http://theslantedlens.com Visit our SPONSORS Tamron Lenses: http://bit.ly/2mZgkoz Richard Photo Lab: www.richardphotolab.com/ Blackrapid: http://www.blackrapid.com Platypod: http://www.platypod.com/ Morgan Photo Retouch: http://www.morganphotoretouch.com Datacolor: http://bit.ly/2lZk8Bi Vanguard: http://www.vanguardworld.us/ Triple Scoop Music: http://www.triplescoopmusic.com SKB: http://www.skbcases.com/ TSL Store: http://theslantedlens.com/tsl-store/
Views: 27072 The Slanted Lens
Making Smoke Lay on Water: A Lighting Tutorial for Photography & Video
 
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** Sign up at http://theslantedlens.com for free video lighting tutorials & gear giveaways *** Make Smoke Float on Water: A Lighting Tutorial for Photography & Video By Jay P. Morgan In this Slanted Lens lesson we look at how to make smoke lay on the water or grass. It's a very cool effect that is created by pumping smoke through a chill box. We will show you the simple steps to build a chill box and then how to apply this smoke effect to a shoot. We are doing a fantasy shot of a woman standing on a rock in the middle of the water holding a lantern. The smoke coming from our chill box will blend the rock, water and backdrop. Not only does it tie the shot together, it will also look very cool. We used a Dynalite Pencil Light in the lantern as a key light and it created a neat look. It was a tough but fun shoot. Keep those cameras rolling, and keep on click'n! http://www.kesslercrane.com/ http://www.tamron-usa.com/ http://www.dynalite.com http://www.photoflex.com http://www.niksoftware.com http://www.azdencorp.com http://www.glidecam.com http://triplescoopmusic.com http://www.rosco.com
Views: 132073 The Slanted Lens
Time-lapse - Creating Motion with Shutter Speed
 
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Sign up for my free Business Coaching Class call-in, March 3rd at 5PM PT. http://bit.ly/1nKfmIM Hi this is Jay P. Morgan. Today on The Slanted Lens we're going to talk about using shutter speed to create motion in time-lapse, with the help of the Genie and Genie Mini from Syrp (http://syrp.co.nz). We headed down to Hollywood to shoot footage of people walking along the sidewalk. We kept our ISO, aperture and intervals relatively the same, and changed the shutter speed to produce different looks in our time-lapse footage. Which look do you prefer? Check it out, let me know what you think. Keep those cameras rollin' and keep on clickin'. -Jay P. Here are the products we used in today's lesson: Syrp Genie: http://bhpho.to/1KaxZQJ Syrp Genie Mini: http://bhpho.to/1KDS3en Sryp Cable : http://bhpho.to/1TbiP0d Tiffen ND Filter: http://bhpho.to/1PAKxhh Canon 5D Mark III: http://bhpho.to/1mqRKrS Tamron 24-70mm: http://bhpho.to/1TQVNuU Vanguard Tripod: http://bhpho.to/1SeEBQv Vanguard Tripod: http://bhpho.to/1PjEhfM _ Subscribe to The Slanted Lens and get new videos every Thursday http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=TheSlantedLens Visit the webpage: http://theslantedlens.com New videos every Thursday Visit our SPONSORS Tamron Lenses: http://www.tamron-usa.com Dynalite Dynamic Lighting: http://www.dynalite.com SKB Cases: http://www.skbcases.com Rosco: http://www.rosco.com Syrp: http://syrp.co.nz/ Spider Camera Holsters: http://www.spiderholster.com Morgan Photo Retouch: http://www.morganphotoretouch.com Bokeh Fire Lens Rentals: http://www.bokehfire.com MIOPS Trigger: http://miops.com/ Datacolor: http://www.datacolor.com/ Triple Scoop Music: http://www.triplescoopmusic.com Follow Jay P Morgan Google Plus: http://bit.ly/1PAIIlC https://www.facebook.com/theslantedlens1 https://twitter.com/theslantedlens https://instagram.com/theslantedlens
Views: 43498 The Slanted Lens
Product Review - Dynalite Baja B4
 
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Support new content and buy your B4 through our affiliate link! http://bhpho.to/250jipz Since Dynalite announced the Baja B4 monoblock a few months ago, I have been excited to get my hands on one and try it out. This is an LED-battery operated, 400 w/s strobe head that can be powered up and down from a remote control. With a fast flash duration and quick reloading, I saw a lot of potential for this light but reading reviews and using it in a studio doesn’t really do it justice. I set up a shoot outside in my driveway to test this new light and its features and was not disappointed. I highly recommend this light to anyone, especially those shooting on location where power may otherwise be an issue. I know what you may be thinking because Dynalite is a sponsor of The Slanted Lens, but I still stand by my recommendation regardless. The Baja B4 is comparable to many other monoblocks currently on the market, at a much more affordable price. I hope to get several of these lights to use in many more shoots in the future.
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Umbrellas 101 - Photography & Video Tutorial
 
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Download "How to Estimate a Shoot" today to start making more money: http://bit.ly/1VQTs0C From Jay P Morgan, Today on the Slanted Lens we will discuss how to use umbrellas on set. Umbrellas are a great modifier and the one that most people start with. They're inexpensive compared to soft boxes and octodomes making them very attractive. They collapse and fold away making them very simple to transport and carry with you. They are the first step in controlling light to achieve your photographic vision. We will discuss the materials the umbrellas are made of and how these materials affect the light. To test our umbrellas we will set up a target that will allow us to see how the light spreads. Then we will use the umbrellas to shape light on a person's face. Keep those cameras rolling and keep on clickn'. Get your Keep on Clickin' T-Shirts: http://bit.ly/1IBecn9 Products used in this video: Photoflex White ADW 30" Umbrella: http://bhpho.to/1Xo93qN Photoflex Silver 30" Umbrella: http://bhpho.to/20QoTA4 Photoflex Silver ADH 45" Umbrella: http://bhpho.to/1Qc3qpZ Photoflex Silver 72" Parabolic Umbrella: http://bhpho.to/1QwNq2v Photoflex 72" Shoot Through Umbrella: http://bhpho.to/1oxCnPO Kessler Cineslider: http://bhpho.to/1TdjA7J Vanguard Alta Pro Tripod: http://bhpho.to/1SLZ2VA Tabelz Laptop Platform: http://bhpho.to/1PHSYau http://www.kesslercrane.com http://www.tamron-usa.com http://www.videoblocks.com http://www.photoflex.com http://www.dynalite.com http://www.rosco.com/us/index.cfm http://www.glidecam.com http://www.vanguardworld.com http://triplescoopmusic.com http://theslantedlens.com/ http://www.photographytalk.com/ http://www.lensprotogo.com
Views: 313493 The Slanted Lens
7 Ways to Lose Clients
 
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Free business coaching call, March 3rd, 5pm PT- http://bit.ly/1nKfmIM Hi, this is Jay P. Morgan and if you do these seven things, you’re going to lose your photo and video clients. I guarantee it. That's right, I'm going to teach you the 7 best ways to keep your clients from ever hiring you again. I'll also let you in on the 7 best ways to keep your clients coming back, time after time. Have a watch and let me know if I left anything out. Keep those cameras rollin' and keep on clickin'. -Jay P. Please support The Slanted Lens by purchasing through our affiliate links: B&H Photo Video: http://bhpho.to/1RqHBIF Amazon: http://amzn.to/1T7Z20D _ Subscribe to The Slanted Lens and get new videos every Thursday http://bit.ly/1RgdYoM Visit the webpage: http://theslantedlens.com New videos every Thursday Visit our SPONSORS Tamron Lenses: http://www.tamron-usa.com Dynalite Dynamic Lighting: http://www.dynalite.com SKB Cases: http://www.skbcases.com Rosco: http://www.rosco.com Spider Camera Holsters: http://www.spiderholster.com Morgan Photo Retouch: http://www.morganphotoretouch.com Bokeh Fire Lens Rentals: http://www.bokehfire.com MIOPS Trigger: http://miops.com/ Datacolor: http://www.datacolor.com/slantedlens Triple Scoop Music: http://www.triplescoopmusic.com Follow Jay P Morgan Google Plus: http://bit.ly/1PAIIlC https://www.facebook.com/theslantedlens1 https://twitter.com/theslantedlens https://instagram.com/theslantedlens
Views: 37972 The Slanted Lens
How to Shoot on Location: A Lighting Tutorial
 
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*** Sign up at http://theslantedlens.com for free video lighting tutorials & gear giveaways *** Shooting on Location: Photography Lighting Tips By Jay P. Morgan In today's Slanted Lens lesson we are out on location at Vasquez Rocks in Los Angeles, California. We are going to share some tips on how to successfully shoot on location and make the day go more smoothly. This will break down how to be prepared to shoot and support a crew on location. We will also break down the lighting and physical logistics of shooting our warrior princess. There will be air cannons and a suspension rig that many of you have seen before. Let's look at shooting on location. Keep those cameras rolling and keep on click'n! Special thanks to: Gabrielle Tuite Talent Teri Groves Make-Up Julia Perry Stylist http://www.kesslercrane.com/ http://www.tamron-usa.com/ http://www.dynalite.com/ http://www.photoflex.com/ http://www.rosco.com/us/index.cfm http://www.azdencorp.com http://www.glidecam.com/ http://www.vanguardworld.com http://triplescoopmusic.com http://theslantedlens.com/ http://www.photographytalk.com/
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NEW Tamron 70-200 G2 F/2.8 Lens Review
 
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Check out Stop Motion Basics for Beginners: http://bit.ly/291lWYu The new Tamron 70-200mm F/2.8 G2 lens is here! I've been shooting with it and have been very impressed. Today we're out testing the sharpness, bokeh, and some of the other great features it has. We're also taking a look at the lens breathing we've been hearing about in video mode. Keep those cameras rollin' and keep on clickin'. -Jay P. Support The Slanted Lens by shopping our affiliate links: Tamron 70-200mm F/2.8 G2 Lens: B&H- https://bhpho.to/2kM73On; Amazon- http://amzn.to/2mNIymR B&H Photo Video- https://bhpho.to/2jG9EX9 Amazon- http://amzn.to/1T7Z20D New giveaways every month! http://theslantedlens.com/giveaway _ Subscribe to The Slanted Lens and get new videos every Thursday http://bit.ly/1RgdYoM Visit the webpage: http://theslantedlens.com Visit our SPONSORS Tamron Lenses: http://bit.ly/2mZgkoz Dynalite Dynamic Lighting: http://www.dynalite.com LaCie: http://www.lacie.com/ Morgan Photo Retouch: http://www.morganphotoretouch.com Datacolor: http://bit.ly/2lZk8Bi Vanguard: http://www.vanguardworld.us/ Triple Scoop Music: http://www.triplescoopmusic.com Follow Jay P. Morgan- Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/theslantedlens1 Twitter: https://twitter.com/theslantedlens Instagram: https://instagram.com/theslantedlens Google Plus: http://bit.ly/1PAIIlC
Views: 126267 The Slanted Lens

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