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Get The Most Out Of Your Location This hilarious and informational behind the scene video explains various lighting techniques when creating the perfect mood for our “Fashion Retouching Pro Tutorial.” ┬áNot only does Aaron explain some really great...
Shooting with Fire Here is a behind the scenes of our latest “High Fashion” pro tutorial. See how we lit these amazing images and learn how to do it yourself. To see the post processing check out our Pro Photoshop Tutorial Fashion Retouching, which...
You have a camera, now what? After the honeymoon period from when you first fell in love with photography, it may seem like you have a mountain to climb before you become the mythical “Professional Photographer”. We opened our message boards to lis...
In our newest format here at Phlearn, we present a topic to you (our Phamily) and you guys ask us questions about this topic. This week the topic is Lighting. We had over 100 different questions about Lighting and we had to narrow it down to just 10! Watch as ...
Earlier this week a photographer that I have been training had her very first client shoot. Teary eyed I offered to come along for moral support and to watch my little birdie take her first step from the nest. She did great! Though she ran into a single very s...
Use a Wide Aperture to Eliminate Distractions When shooting on location, there are often unwanted background elements that you can’t do anything about but try your best to shoot around them. A good way to do this is use a wide aperture such as f/1.4 or f...
5-in-1 Reflector Basics A 5-in-1 reflector can be extremely useful when taking pictures in natural light. They will help you fill in shadows with light as well as take light away when there is too much. The best part about these reflectors is their price, we r...
BEHIND THE SCENES: Balancing Light Ratios While Battling Nature Last month we went out to Chicago’s beautiful Botanic Gardens for a photoshoot. Leaving the studio offers exciting locations, but it can also allow mother nature to take control. Watch as we...
How to use Gobos To Shape Light What is a gobo, you ask? A gobo can be anything, as long as it’s placed in between a light source and your subject. This casts unique looking shadows on your subject. You can use pretty much anything that’s not a com...
Behind The Scenes: Shaping A Scene With Light For this portrait, we wanted something that looked natural while telling a story. We discovered this old piano in a separate room of the theater we were shooting in and thought it would make a great shot. By adding...
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