mark-morrow-photofocus-serendipity

Editor’s Note:  This is a guest post from Mark Morrow.

Not all shoots go as planned.  In this video, I shared a few thoughts on learning from the unexpected, and the benefit of utilizing public parking garages after hours for nightscape and portrait sessions.

To see more of Mark’s work go to www.morrowphotoblog.com and follow Mark on Twitter.

______

This Post Sponsored by:

Viewbug  Stick With Viewbug & Photofocus throughout 2014 – because we’re announcing the biggest contest in Photofocus history — coming soon!

Adobe  Photoshop CC and Lightroom for US$9.99/mo. Limited-time offer for Photoshop CS3 and later customers. Get it here. Be sure to also check out the Video for Photographers learning center to get new ideas on how to work with Adobe software.

The HDR Learning Center Check out new ways to use High Dynamic Range photography to make compelling images. Free tutorials and posts to get results. Produced in partnership with HDRsoft.

Mosaic A complete solution for photographers using Lightroom who want to manage and share their photos. You can easily view images with their iOS app or web service. Plus your photos are backed up to the cloud with several plans to match your needs.

lynda.com Learn photography anytime, anywhere, and at your own pace—from bite-sized tutorials to comprehensive courses. Try lynda.com free for 10 days by visiting lynda.com/ Photofocus.

The Topaz Labs Image Enhancement bundle. Open up a world of creative possibilities with a seamless, integrated workflow. You don’t need to be a Photoshop wizard to look like one. Click here and use the code photofocus to get a 15% discount.

Join the conversation! 3 Comments

  1. You mentioned a few times that this would be a great backdrop for a model pose. it’s unclear exactly where you meant. Did you mean in the frame of what you shot? Or take them to the top of the garage and shoot from the perspective of where you are? Inside of the the garage? Or just anywhere in a garage? Sorry but that was driving me mad because you didn’t give an example of what you meant. Thanks for the tip though.

    Reply
    • Any or all of the above would do, Paul. Now that I’m personally aware of the spot, I would certainly set up in a similar location, and scout lower floors and angles as well. Apologies for any undue madness.

      Reply

Let us know your thoughts...

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

Category

Shooting, Technique & Tutorials

Tags

,