Monthly Archives: October 2010

One light portraits

It’s quite common for people to ask me about studio lighting.  Typically they’ll ask about the minimum photographic kit they need to get great portraits.  My reply is simple, “One light and a camera”.  After all, the sun is only one light… Here’s a selection of images taken using just one light.  Most are in my portrait photography studio near […]

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You might not think so…

… but if you have a flat bed scanner you have a digital camera.  It’s got a light source, a light sensor, and builds up an image from individual elements.  You can put objects on the scanner, scan them, and then use the resulting digital files in creative compositions.  As I understand it, photography means “Writing […]

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