Getting great sound quality is paramount to a successful interview. In this article, Jeff walks you through the considerations involved in deciding what gear is best for you and why.
Author: Jeff McLain
Through a series of simple exercises, you can understand how to expose correctly using your flash.
For composite and cinematic portraits, using a tripod allows you to create special effects and do other types of experimentation.
Learn the basics of audio for video, including what sound is and how it’s recorded digitally, the variety of microphones available, line level vs. mic level, and in-camera vs. external “second-system” sound.
There are lessons to be learned from many years in the biz. Instructor Jeff McLain can help you avoid some of the mistakes that are easy to make when you’re just starting out.
Choosing the right lens for a given situation can be challenging. The decision relies on a number of factors including angle of view, desired depth-of-field, and ambient light in the scene.
Whether you want to work alone, or as part of a team, there are many career options available for professional photographers.
Learn how to avoid the pitfalls that typically trip up an amateur photographer.
Take some steps today to begin to realize your dream of becoming a professional photographer!
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More than once I have heard photographers note how the wedding photography industry is somewhat insulated from economic dips because “people will still get married.” […]
Instructor Jeff McLain talks about why photography school was the right choice for him and why it might be the right choice for you, too.