How to work with Phottix Indra500 TTL and Mitros+ together all in once as a system? You would probably be inspired by Piet Van den Eynde using big and small lights, Phottix Indra500 TTL and Mitros+, together.
From equipment preparation, shooting strategy to post-production, this 40 minute tutorial by lighting expert, also Phottix Pro Team member, Jayesunn Krump and author/Photoshop expert Bret Malley covers how to light, shoot, and edit a mysterious fantasy composite titled “The Traveler” using speedlights and Adobe Photoshop.
What would you take if you had a shoot on the moon?
An eagle eyed Reddit user (is there any other kind?) has spent some time detailing a fascinating breakdown of the kit used by Buzz Aldrin and Neil Armstrong to capture their lunar landing- complete with exposer instructions. What’s more amazing is that ahead of their time NASA used a nifty little ‘life hack’. They eliminated the need for batteries through the use of a manual shutter.
It’s not only in creating what’s going on infront of the camera where you can get creative. When needs must behind the camera can also require a dash of ingenuity. 2 videos each featuring 7 photography hacks makes this post one of the most informative to date.
What do you do when you notice that pictures aren’t coming out the way you expected? If your Robert Cicala you investigate, and investigate he did.
Photography is itself an art form, but behind one art form lie many more; innovation, science, gear, settings, composition to name a few. In a recent series of posts, on PetaPixel, Lens Rental’s Roger Cicala set about investigating and explaining why sensor stack thickness is not just an innoculous technical spec on your camera. In short, do not buy a new lens before reading the rest of this post.