Got a moment? Watch as Belgian photographer Andy Van den Enyde creates this vivid scene of Vikings hiking.
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If you follow his blog, you already know that our friend Rick Friedman held a workshop at the B&H Event Space. He visited to talk about how he approaches his portrait work, particularly when you need to make a great image of a VIP in very little time. (VIPs are not known for standing still for more than a few minutes…)
At any rate, Rick’s been doing this since the Reagan years, so he’s probably got the hang of it by now. Have a look at the video, which has just been posted by B&H, and see if you can pick up a few pro tips! Or, if you prefer to read his blog post, you can do that, instead.
The folks at No Film School visited with Rosco’s Joel Svendsen at NAB 2015. Rosco had just taken the wraps off their new LitePad Vector – a more powerful LitePad unit, available soon! – and also showed off the LED Tape product, which will arrive in the coming months. Have a look at No Film School’s video for all the details:
I spent this past Thursday afternoon at the Adorama store in New York City, meeting photographers (both still and video) and introducing them to Rosco’s LitePad and Loop products. In case you haven’t heard, LitePad Loop is the recently-introduced ring light version of Rosco’s popular LitePad LED diffused lighting source.
Much of Adorama’s Pro Imaging Department was lit with the Rosco products in a range of sizes, and they had brought in a model so everyone could see for themselves how effective LitePad can be for both portraiture and still-life work.