Monthly Archives: January 2015

Video Tutorial – Finishing a High Key Portrait

Earlier this week I wrote a post in my “Umbrella – The forgotten modifier” series on lighing and photographing a high key portrait. You can read that here. Today I wanted to share a video I made with how I finshed that image in Adobe Photoshop to further enhance the image. Happy creating, Cris

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Umbrellas – The forgotten Modifier – Use #4 High-Key Portraits

Hello, Today I am continuing with the series of using the Umbrella as your modifier. You can read about the other uses for table-top, executive portraits on location and architectural images in the Umbrellas category.  Umbrellas come in many sizes and types and in today’s post I will be using two types of umbrellas. One…

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Umbrellas – The Forgotten Modifier – Use #3 Architectural Images

Hello, Today I am continuing with my series on the many uses of the simplest of modifiers, the umbrella. I call it the “Forgotten Modifier” because it often gets tossed aside for boxes, strips, beauty dishes and the like. Many times the accessories that come in a kit or just there as filler and we…

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Umbrellas – The Forgotten Modifier – Use #2 Executive Portraits

Hello, Today I am continuing with the series of using the Umbrella as your modifier. You can read the previous post, Use #1 for table top photography here. Specifically, using it on-location for executive portraits in your client’s place of business. Umbrellas come in many sizes and types. In today’s post I will be using…

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