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Does she know what she is doing? Time to send her to one of Photigy courses I guess:-))
What is the critical part that makes a great image, beside an obvious camera, lens, and lighting?
Watch the video and I’ll tell you what it is, and where to get it without spending too much.
Links on where to get these diffusers are here: http://www.photigy.com/what-is-the-most-useful-thing-for-a-studio-photograher/
Below is 1 of them, BTS from a beverage shot
- KPIBeer, girls and computers, 1992 - 1997
That’s turned out to be invaluable in what I do. It has allowed me to experiment, see outside the borders, challenge the authorities and create a stunning photography style that is crisp, sharp and crystal clear.
I’m inspired by progress and movement. I’m incredibly persistent and never take "less than perfect" for an answer. If I don't have the right tools, I'll build them myself. I like to make stuff happen.
P.S Sorry to everyone who sent me an email with photography related questions and never got my answer. I simply can't answer to everyone, even if I'll work full day answering your questions.
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- AKELstudio, IncOwner, Photographer, 2005 - present
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