Michael Zelbel has just released his new boudoir posing guide, Boudoir Flow Posing: A System for 30 Hot Poses in 30 Minutes. This guide gets right to the point as Michael explains his method for knocking out several poses very quickly, and how he’s able to remember the entire sequence without pausing. It includes a… Read more »
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In Episode #5 of Flirting with Film: “Mamiya RZ67 Pro II,” I offer an overview of the Mamiya RZ67 Pro II medium format SLR camera. The Mamiya RZ67 Pro II is a medium format single lens reflex camera produced in the mid 1990’s. It’s part of a modular system, and features interchangeable lenses and viewfinders,… Read more »
Dan Hostettler has put together a great behind-the-scenes instructional package featuring a 2-hour video production and a massive (over 200-pages!) eBook that virtually puts you at Dan’s side every step of the way. The Anatomy of a Production Day, is a well-produced documentary-style video that walks you through the planning and production stages of a… Read more »
Spend too much time in the traditional, commercial photography ecosystem, and you might think that the only good photography, the only real photography, is what you see in a given photo enthusiast Facebook group or photographers’ message board. Deconstructing lighting and composition, or arguing over which lenses make the most sense for portrait shoots or… Read more »
A video overview of the macro bellows photography solution for macro photography. This one’s here for completeness, as the bellows is not my favorite piece of gear.
Episode #4 of Flirting with Film: “Mamiya C3.” I give an overview of the Mamiya C3 Twin Lens Reflex medium format camera. Make sure to subscribe to my YouTube channel so you can be updated when new videos come out.
An overview of the use of extension tubes for close-up and macro photography. For more instruction, get the eBook, Introduction to Close-Up and Macro Photography.
I talk a lot about how photography gives us the opportunity to connect with the world around us in ways we might not otherwise be able to, or be comfortable with. NYC-based artist/photographer, Sarah Small found such a connection in her friend and model, Sandy. Sarah sent out a note today, informing her mailing list… Read more »
When you inspire confidence in your subjects, the results can be outstanding. New York City-based photographer, Brooke Ismach, talks about how she keeps her boudoir clients confident throughout the process. Of course, the client has to be confident in her photographer. That goes without saying. But, as Brooke explains, it’s also crucial for the… Read more »
Check out this new interview with Neil van Niekerk, NJ/NYC-based photographer, author, and educator. Great advice in this Q&A. Neil dropped by the studio and answered a few questions about his work, what aspiring photographers should know, and how to move forward with your photography; never stop learning.