Category : Visions and technique

Tethering… what if all goes wrong…

We get a lot of questions about this so I thought it would be handy to do a small blogpost about it.   So you want to shoot tethered right? Well I don’t blame you, it’s the best thing ever, it’s fast, you can check your images, you can beam them to smart devices (or worldwide) etc. etc. the options are limitless at the moment and it keeps getting better. My personal favorite way to shoot tethered in the studio is […]

The best locations and the best light…. are what you do….

We all know that a good shot consists of good lighting and a great location right? However that doesn’t mean you have to travel for that great shot, actually the best shots can be right around the corner. The main problem is that we see the locations close to us way to often to actually register as something that could be interesting for a photoshoot. If we would see them just once they might seem much more interesting than they do […]

Monitor and calibration info

One of the hardest things for some people is choosing the right monitor. And now that you own it…. what do you do with it? And what is that stuff about calibration?   As you can see, it’s not as easy as “wow this one looks great, let’s get that one” In this episode of “Quite Frankly” I give you some tips and tricks for choosing the right monitor, calibrating it and how an analyzer works.

Working with venetian blinds

Today some images I shot during the Studio76 workshops with Manon playing with some venetian blinds. You can of course use them to cast shadows on the model/wall but you can also use them differently 😀