Here's a quick and easy little still life you can setup and shoot with objects from around your house. In this video I have some potato vodka (don't ask why) and some potatoes. Utilizing the natural light from a window, and an off-camera flash (optional), I made a decent looking shot and it didn't take very long. If you'd like to see a slower, more detailed version of the edit, let us know. We'd be glad to teach you some post-processing tips and tricks. In the meantime, please enjoy the video!
Another Final Friday came and went this month with the world in quarantine, but we wanted to mark the occasion somehow, so we had a virtual Final Friday. Here's a vlog that gives you a little glimpse into the evening.
As a group of like-minded landscape photographers we try to get out and shoot together as often as our schedules will allow, but one thing we look forward to every year is our annual fall photography trip. This past year we went to Niagara Falls, and here's a behind-the-scenes glimpse into that trip. Enjoy!
Before Studio 221 put roots down in the room which inspired its moniker, they cut their teeth in the Annex, Studio 510. This is the story about how they came to call Pendleton home. —Blog post by Ken Helmes
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