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Monday, October 08, 2012

Jay P. Morgan: Simple Corporate Portraits

In this video, Pro Showcase photographer Jay P. Morgan walks you through his approach to shooting corporate portraits on location. From controlled lighting approaches to time management to bringing along an extra blue tie, Jay P. offers up valuable seasoned advice on what can otherwise be a very stressful undertaking!     To learn more about the Photoflex equipment shown in this video, click on the following links:   Large MultiDome Large Grids Small OctoDome Small OctoDome Grids ADW 45" Umbrella   To see more of Jay P. Morgans' work, check out his Pro Showcase page    

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Tuesday, May 08, 2012

Craig Pulsifer’s Lesson Gets Spotlighted in PDN

Last month, PhotoflexLightingSchool.com launched an international lesson that was shot and written by British Columbia photographer Craig Pulsifer, the first of a series to come.  The lesson caught the attention of PDN, who made the following post: PDN story on Lighting Angular Features And here are links to the various versions of the lesson: United States Argentina Australia Austria Belgium Canada Chile Germany Ecuador Greece Italy Mexico Netherlands New Zealand Norway Poland Singapore Spain Switzerland United Kingdom Venezuela   Stay tuned for the next International PLS lesson!      

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Monday, November 28, 2011

High-Key Portraiture. A brief overview.

This blog describes the main elements that comprise high-key portraiture. We’ll cover low-key lighting in a future blog. The terms High-Key and Low-Key have been used (and misused) by photographers for decades. The differences between the two styles are obvious when they are placed side-by-side, as in the two shots below of jazz pianist Preston Brahm. The photo on the left has many of traditional elements that bring the shot into the category of high-key. We describe those at length below. The low-key photo on the right is the opposite of high key in many respects: Dark background,...

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Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Scott Stulberg and Joel Grimes Photo Co-Op

If you read our post last week on our Featured Pro: Scott Stulberg, hearing that Scott still considers himself a student won't be news to you. Though he is a popular and well respected teacher and workshop leader himself, Scott still goes out of his way to attend workshops. His philosophy has him always learning and improving, and that is what keeps Scott's images continually relevant and gorgeous. Recently he attended one of Joel Grimes' workshops (a fellow Photoflex Pro)in southern California. Scott was so psyched about the techniques he learned from Joel that he couldn'...

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Monday, September 12, 2011

Flickr Monday- September 12

It's yet another Photoflex Flickr Monday! Woo hoo! If you don't know what Flickr Monday is, it's when we at Photoflex search through Flickr to find our favorite images. We link to the photographer and the image so everyone can see more of their great work. This week we made sure to pick images that were posted recently. Here are our picks! Want your photos profiled? Make sure to tag Photoflex in the images so we can find them! "239-365" by DiegoSalcido Image found here. "Dual Canon Speedlite 580 EX II bounced with a Photoflex Silver Umbrella fired...

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Tuesday, September 06, 2011

Photoflex Featured Pros- September 2011

We are kicking off September by honoring another globetrotting pro who now focuses his efforts on education- Scott Stulberg. Scott is most well known for his killer travel photography and many of his images are available as stock photos. His work has been used by Microsoft, Newsweek, and The New York Times, as well as for greeting cards, calendars, and book covers. If it's an amazing stock image, it is likely Scott's. We recently talked with Scott about his more recent photographic endeavors and what he is doing to improve himself and those around him. Photoflex: Scott, how...

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