I outline the process I used to create a paper illustration for Intercom’s blog header.
Deconstructed: How I lit and created a color shifting paper illustration
I used a 10 year old Canon Rebel to illustrate it’s not about the camera
Deconstructed: I outline the lighting patterns used to create Bubble’s case study images.
Deconstructed: A walkthrough of how I lit this wintery wonderland still-life.
Deconstructed: Sharing the secrets behind “watery” light.
In order to understand how to shape light, you first have to understand the inherent qualities of light.
Deconstructed: Breaking down the lighting of my most downloaded image.
I share how each personal project was a stepping stone of growth, to the next.
I share the my exploration of cartoony fish paper illustration.
Feel that? It’s not an itch, but niche. Scratch to discover.
Deconstructed: This bewitching walkthrough isn’t really that scary. Come see.
Sharing the exploration of fishy paper illustration.
Deconstructed: A breakdown of the lighting used for lifestyles images showcasing a UI device.
If there was one thing about my photography skills I’d change, it’d be this.
Deconstructed: The 80’s have everything to do with this lighting pattern walkthrough.
Deconstructed: Want drama? I gotchu. Check out this lighting pattern for some moody goodness.
Deconstructed: Patriotic powder and lights! GO!
Deconstructed: Paper and lights go well together. Especially when gels are involved.
Deconstructed: Freelensing is a tactic where we remove the lens of the camera and take an image - all while hoping we didn’t break anything.