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Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Scott Stulberg and Joel Grimes Photo Co-Op

If you read our post last week on our Featured Pro: Scott Stulberg, hearing that Scott still considers himself a student won't be news to you. Though he is a popular and well respected teacher and workshop leader himself, Scott still goes out of his way to attend workshops. His philosophy has him always learning and improving, and that is what keeps Scott's images continually relevant and gorgeous. Recently he attended one of Joel Grimes' workshops (a fellow Photoflex Pro)in southern California. Scott was so psyched about the techniques he learned from Joel that he couldn'...

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Tuesday, September 06, 2011

Photoflex Featured Pros- September 2011

We are kicking off September by honoring another globetrotting pro who now focuses his efforts on education- Scott Stulberg. Scott is most well known for his killer travel photography and many of his images are available as stock photos. His work has been used by Microsoft, Newsweek, and The New York Times, as well as for greeting cards, calendars, and book covers. If it's an amazing stock image, it is likely Scott's. We recently talked with Scott about his more recent photographic endeavors and what he is doing to improve himself and those around him. Photoflex: Scott, how...

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Monday, August 29, 2011

Photoflex Featured Pros Pt. 3- August 2011

The third and final featured Photoflex Professional Photographer for the month of August is commercial portrait photographer and international jet setter Ian Spanier. Ian Spanierwas born in Connecticut, but raised in Westchester, New York. Spanier's interest in photography began at age six when his parents gave him his first camera. His work has received numerous awards from major photo competitions and the design community and is even featured on display in New York art museums, but conversely can also be found on posters and billboards across America. Ian started as an editor, but always seemed to find photography coming...

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Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Jay P. Morgan- Soft Boxes 101 Pt. 2

Two weeks ago, Pro Jay P. Morgan explained the differences among sizes of softboxes in an easy to understand format. This week, Jay P. takes it one step further and explains the practical applications of that knowledge. Have any other questions? Sound off in the comments section below, on twitter, or on facebook.

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Monday, August 15, 2011

Photoflex Featured Pros Pt. 2- August 2011

The second featured Photoflex Professional Photographer for the month of August is high dynamic range and composite master Joel Grimes. Joel Grimes is one of the most sought after professional photographers in the world. For over 26 years Joel has worked for many of the top advertising agencies across the globe for clients such as AARP, Abbott Labs, Arizona Office of Tourism, AT&T, Febreze, Goldman Sachs, Hewlett Packard, Hyatt, Qwest, Sony, Sturm Ruger & Co, Visa, Volvo, and most recently Red Bull. Over the years his assignments have taken him to every state across the USA and to over...

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Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Noel del Pilar- Tutorial on Indoor Lighting

Photoflex Pro Noel del Pilar is well known for his exceptional wedding photography in Puerto Rico and South America. Not only is he highly sought after as a wedding photographer, but he is also in high demand for workshops and demonstrations. To help a broader base of photographers, Noel has started making videos highlighting some of his techniques. Below, Noel describes how to get great indoor photographs with a simple lighting setup using the OctoDome: extra small. For those of you who don't speak Spanish... "To get great results, a technique photographers use involves capturing ambient light and mixing...

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Wednesday, August 03, 2011

Photoflex Featured Pros- August 2011

We here at Photoflex can think of no more awesome way to bring in the last month of summer than through launching our new Featured Pros program. Starting August 2011, every month we will feature pros from around the world who trust Photoflex lighting equipment to help them craft their masterful imagery. Our first of three featured pros for August is Blair Bunting. A hugely popular commercial photographer, Blair's work is clean, crisp, and sharp. His unique lighting style has made him stand out and acquire high profile clients ranging from ESPN, Discovery Channel, and Arizona State University. What makes...

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Friday, July 29, 2011

Jay P. Morgan- Soft Boxes 101

It's no secret that a common question photographers ask regarding lightmodifiersis what the difference is among the many options. For soft boxes, we here at Photoflex constantly get questions regarding why you would choose a large LiteDome over the extra small. Is the light coverage the same? Quality of light? To help set everyone straight and ease the mind, Photoflex Pro Jay P. Morgan put together this video that quickly covers the differences among soft box sizes and why anyone would select a certain size for a specific purpose. Have any other questions? Sound off in the comments section...

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Wednesday, July 06, 2011

War Toys by Brian McCarty

Yesterday afternoon, Photoflex Pro Brian McCarty emailed me and sent along a video I have personally been waiting to see for a few months now. Brian has begun an amazing project, a project he calls WAR TOYS. View the full article to read more about Brian's project and see some of his final images. Brian explains his thought process, goals, and an end result that he is aiming for. "WAR-TOYS is a documentary film that follows Brian McCarty as he works to complete his new project in the Middle East. Using Brian’s unique toy photography and principles...

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Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Behind the Scenes w/ Jay P. Morgan: Break-Away Glass

Jay P. Morgan has been a fan of Photoflex products for years, and his humorous style and fun set pieces make his work stand out in the crowded commercial photography industry. Recently, Jay P. posted a Behind the Scenes (BTS) video showing several techniques, from how to make break away glass to using said prop in a short scene. Check it out: After making the video, Jay P. talked to us a little bit about what went into it: "When we shot our latest video on break-away glass, we used a lot of Photoflex equipment. Not just to light the...

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