In this video, we get up close and personal with good ol’ Mr. Franklin to test a new process for getting extreme close ups for photo and video. Known as macro shots, these extreme close ups are perfect for showing off the details of things like wedding rings, coins & stamps, food, and products.
We get up close and personal with good ol’ Mr. Franklin to test a new process for getting extreme close ups for photo and video. Known as macro shots, these extreme close ups are perfect for showing off the details of things like wedding rings, coins & stamps, food, and products. What goes in to pulling off a macro shot? Owen goes into all the nerdy details here on his blog.
Categories: Still Life & Curiosities
This new piece of gear has become one of my favorites….in a “flash.”
It’s always fun to test out a new piece of gear, and I’m very pleased with our new remote flash trigger. It’s making this can of Owen’s favorite soda — the rare Lemon Fanta — look even more delicious.
On location as the tour photographer for Chuck Swindoll and Insight for Living on their 2012 tour of the Holy Land, Owen snagged this interactive panoramic photo.
See much more of our photo and video work on this tour at http://www.insight.org/israel2012.
Theologian Michael Craven wanted a gritty, serious tone to match his passionate message. We set him up with strategically placed lighting to give him lots of texture and placed him in a black void to make his face — and his message — demand attention.
Project Abigail is complete. We’ve seen little Abigail grow from a brand new baby to a little toddler complete with a big smile, bright eyes, and even a few teeth. We can’t believe how quickly she’s grown. When Project Abigail began one year ago, we had no idea how much fun it would be. We really think more parents should consider having us help document those first few months. They grow up so fast! See all the Project Abigail posts: […]
Abigail Joan is all grown up! Well, she’s really only a year old. But when you compare her now to her as a newborn just 12 short months ago, she’s a big girl now. Lots of smiles and hair bows. And standing up on her own two feet. We’ve been taking photos of Abigail (just about) every month for the past year. Now that Project Abigail is complete, we’re going to miss our photo visits. What a great idea to […]