Posts Tagged "Photographer Help"


Photo Gel Deals

Photo Gel Deals


Posted By on Aug 31, 2009

One of the easiest and most cost effective ways to produce multiple backgrounds from a single light source is to use photo gels. These handy little pieces of transparency can take a white backdrop from white to any color backdrop you can imagine. Take it one step further and run a color transparency through your handy printer and you can get patterned backdrops. Ebay is definitely your friend on this one. I’ve listed a few of...

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Radio Popper Jr


Posted By on Jan 28, 2009

If you’re new to the radio trigger systems of photography, but are interested in learning more about them I would highly recommend checking out www.radiopopper.com. These nifty triggers allow you to use flashes off camera and at great distances. The radio popper system is roughly the same price as the Pocket Wizards are, but the company will be coming out with the Radio Popper Jr. From what I’ve read so far they are...

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Winter Photography Tips

Winter Photography Tips


Posted By on Dec 10, 2008

Winter Photography can be brutal on the photographer but it can also produce fantastic images! 1) Bring lots of warm liquids and clothing with you. This is probably the most important tip on this list. If you are concentrating on being warm the whole time you will miss whatever it is you are attempting to photograph. One of the best ways to accomplish this is to have a photographers backpack that has a side strap on it which...

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Photo studio leasing can be daunting, but also very liberating. When does an amateur photographer officially become a professional photographer? That line has been blurred severely with the advent of the high end consumer digital cameras such as the Nikon 300 and Canon 5d. Anyone can go out and buy a decent camera for $1500, and say they’re a professional photographer. Obviously the proof is in the photos, but the real question...

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Cheap Photography Light Table Setup

Cheap Photography Light Table Setup


Posted By on Feb 10, 2008

A photography light table doesn’t have to cost millions! Inspired by the excellent posts on the home photography light table setup over at diyphotography.net I took a quick trip the local cardboard box factory this weekend to begin the setup of my own home made light box table. And by local cardboard box factory I mean dumpster diving behind some of the big chain stores that sell refrigerators. Of course you could always walk in...

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