Category: Behind the Scenes
Come behind the scenes with Aaron Nace and the Phlearn team for our latest Pro Tutorial, “Liquid Portrait”. We discuss developing a concept, lighting, photographing splashes and much more!
In this Photography tutorial we focus on three key elements necessary to produce this image. You will learn about lighting, Styling and props and shooting for a Composite.
Come behind the scenes with us on one of our fashion shoots! These shoots can be intense, especially when everyone is on a strict time crunch.
Join us behind the scenes as we cover what it took to create our “A Dark Force” composite.
Part 2: 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.
Part 1: 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.
Warning please do not try this without the proper safety measures. After Rob Woodcox broke into the Phlearn studio, he literally lit it on fire! Not only did he bring the heat, he shared some great Insights on being a conceptual surreal artist.
Sometimes it’s just fun to make a mess. We had wanted to play with paint for a while, and came up with this concept to create shoes splashing and blending with paint.
After our interview in Part 1, we go behind the scenes with Grant Legan during a photoshoot.
Grant Legan is a Chicago based photographer who works very closely with modeling agencies, testing new models and filling out their portfolio’s with a variety of looks.
Aaron hops behind the camera to share a few tricks on using a wide aperture to eliminate distractions.
Watch as we explain the lighting that went into the portrait below, just in time to beat the impending torrential downpour!
Yesterday we took you behind the scenes and showed you the lighting that went into this image. Today we’re going to clean it up in Photoshop and make the Colors really pop.
Join us behind the scenes of our Portrait Photoshoot. We wanted it to seem natural and embody the subjects life.
Lens Flares can be a great way of adding pizzazz to an image, but only when used correctly. Bare Bulb + Shot Into Camera = Lens Flare Goodness
For the this extreme wide Angle tutorial we will discuss using an ND Filter, Lighting Diagrams that work, and provide you all with the finished image.
The key for this photoshoot was to match two different Lights consisting of our strobe matching to the light already underneath the bridge.
Behind the scenes of our Dark & Dramatic Photoshoot. We use a soft-box outdoors to try and cancel out some of the shadows.
See all the post processing techniques used in the Phlearn Pro Tutorial: Fashion Trip
We’ve wanted to do a pinup shoot for a long time, but we also wanted to make it stand out from all of the other pinup photos out there by adding a concept to it. Join us behind the scene.
Yesterday we took you through our process in coming up with the perfect lighting for a portrait of Chris, Phlearn’s CFO, and today we’ll be taking you through the steps we took in Photoshop to bring our final image together!
For an editorial-Style headshot, we decided we wanted lighting inspired by the likes of editorial photographers such as Martin Schoeller. We had to go through about five different lighting setups before we finally found one we really liked!
When shooting a Composite, it’s always important to start out with your Background. This gives you the framework of what your image will look like and how your subject will interact with their surroundings.
Step behind the scenes of our Film Noir Shoot. From Planning to Editing!
In this behind the scenes video you will learn how to set up lighting for a full length portrait as well as a headshot.