I hosted our PBR Networking Holiday Party at the studio last Friday. I set up a GoPro before it started and created a little time lapse of the gathering. I chose The Klezmonauts version of Deck The Halls as the soundtrack. OY!
It is the perfect time of year to be outside here in Phoenix doing photography. If you need to learn some basics of exposure, lighting and composition or want a refresher on what you might have forgotten, then join me at the studio to learn! I have developed a curriculum to teach you what you […]
We are doing a lot of photographic work for a new client that is based here in Arizona. E3 Arms is headquartered in Lake Havasu City. They manufacture firearms. Particularly the AR15 platform. They sell several models of various builds and have developed their own unique lower part of the rifle that is molded from […]
I’d like to wish everyone a Healthy, Happy & Prosperous New Year! Celebrate, but celebrate wisely, I want to see all of you in the coming year! Take a moment while you celebrate to reflect on this past year, it triumphs and tribulations, and to say a prayer for all our servicemen and women in […]
You received a new camera for the Holidays- now what? Come learn the basics of photography and lighting to get the most out of your new equipment! With a basic understanding of exposure and lighting, you will be creating the dynamic images that you never thought were possible. The only prerequisite is that your camera […]
In our last tip we discussed, shutter speed. The amount of time the shutter is open to let in light. This time we are looking at our diaphragm or F-stop(aperture). This is the amount of light the lens lets in during the exposure. The quantity of light is controlled by a variable diaphragm that widens […]
Pardon the pun but I couldn’t resist. Shutter speed is the component of a photographic exposure that controls the amount of time your film(chip) is exposed to light! This amount of time can be used very creatively. Want to stop action, use a very fast shutter speed- faster than you can snap your fingers. Here […]
ISO is the sensitivity to light of your camera’s chip. Think of film speed. The higher the number the more sensitive to light. Three of the most popular ISO speeds are 100, 400, and 800. Almost all cameras can be set to these speeds. ISO 100 – It is the best in bright sun delivering […]