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Studio Tip: Use a Platypod to Hang a Hair Light
By now people have realized the Platypod Max is a very "on the go" versatile tool. Attaching a ball head...
Studio Tip: Attaching a Flag to an Extension Arm
Studio flags are similar to a 5-in-one round reflector with the except they are easier to mount to a c-stand....
Studio Tip: How to Adjust a Light on a C-Stand
Adjusting a heavy light attached to a c-stand doesn’t have to acquire a lot of strength. Here’s a simple tip...
Studio Tip: Add a Battery Grip to Your Camera
Most high-end digital SLR cameras come with a built-in battery grip. If your camera doesn't have a grip, don't worry,...
Studio Tip: Controlling Light Using Cinefoil
Cinefoil, also known as black foil, black wrap, or shadow foils, is a sturdy, black aluminum foil. It can be...
Studio Tip: Keep your Lens Hood On
A lens hood’s main purpose it to prevent lens flare caused by light entering the side of the lens. Most...
Studio Tip: Never Overwrite a Memory Card Again!
After finishing shooting for the day, you need to figure out how to keep your memory card safe until you...
 Studio Tip: Have an Assistant or Another Photographer On Set
Studio Tip: It's a good idea to have an assistant on set while shooting. You can use them to fill...

Studio Tip: Add a Battery Grip to Your Camera

Most high-end digital SLR cameras come with a built-in battery grip. If your camera doesn’t have a grip, don’t worry, 3rd party grips are inexpensive and easy to install. Here’s why you should consider adding a battery grip to your

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Studio Tip: Controlling Light Using Cinefoil

Cinefoil, also known as black foil, black wrap, or shadow foils, is a sturdy, black aluminum foil. It can be molded into different reusable shapes. Controlling Direction of Light Imagine you want to light a certain part of a photograph.

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Studio Tip: Keep your Lens Hood On

A lens hood’s main purpose it to prevent lens flare caused by light entering the side of the lens. Most photographers use the hood outdoors, but don’t think they need it while shooting in a studio. Here’s why you should

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Studio Tip: Add a Battery Grip to Your Camera

Most high-end digital SLR cameras come with a built-in battery grip. If your camera doesn’t have a grip, don’t worry, 3rd party grips are inexpensive and easy to install. Here’s why you should consider adding a battery grip to your

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Studio Tip: Controlling Light Using Cinefoil

Cinefoil, also known as black foil, black wrap, or shadow foils, is a sturdy, black aluminum foil. It can be molded into different reusable shapes. Controlling Direction of Light Imagine you want to light a certain part of a photograph.

Read More

Studio Tip: Keep your Lens Hood On

A lens hood’s main purpose it to prevent lens flare caused by light entering the side of the lens. Most photographers use the hood outdoors, but don’t think they need it while shooting in a studio. Here’s why you should

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