The sun rises in the east with a hint of yellow; it casts unflattering colorless light at its zenith and it sets with a warm amber glow. Neon accents cityscapes at night. All of which are cues to photographers on how to employ colored gels on set.
While using photo and film gear as props in portraits has been cool almost as long as there have been cameras, there are some unwritten rules you should follow. And when you violate these tenets, I feel like going off like Joan Crawford did about wire hangers in the 1981 classic film, “Mommy Dearest.”
Breaking down how I use my 14 softboxes to modify my lights during my photoshoots
Styling tips for photographers with an emphisis on working with male models and subjects
How I complete my photography portrait sets using wall paneling and tongue and groove flooring from hardware stores