Bride: Ellen Long.
I first came across the idea of utlizing window light when I was commissioned to shoot a wedding. Before I started shooting the event, the client brought me a photograph of a bride standing by a window and looking out. No flash. No extra lighting. Just natural window light. It was simple and elegant. This shot has now become one of my "key" shots on my shot list at wedding events.
I started incorporating natural window light into my fetish photography. The single light source is often soft and diffused and flattering to the camera subject.
Model: Eve Marie.
7 Key Tips -
1. Turn off all interior lights.
2. Face the subject directly into the window or at a 45 degree angle. The light will softly illuminate the side facing the window.
3. Use a reflector to fill in the shadow side, if needed. Left alone, the shadows will add a moody quality to the image.
4. Use a large aperture (Recommended: 2.8f aperture).
5. Customize your white balance setting.
6. If the sunlight is too bright harsh, use a curtain or blinds to diffuse the light.
7. For a more moody effect: face your subject away from the light and shoot from a low angle.
Model: Hollis Ireland.
'Hitchcock' - Fox Searchlight
Some new photos have been released for Sacha Gervasi's 'Hitchcock'. Anthony Hopkins stars in the title role as the legendary directory and Helen Mirren as his wife Alma Reville. The film is based on Stephen Rebello's non-fiction book Alfred Hitchcock and the Making of Psycho. The film also stars Scarlett Johansson as Janet Leigh, James D'Arcy as Anthony Perkins, and Jessica Biel as actress Vera Miles.
"Hitchcock" is a love story about one of the most influential filmmakers of the last century, Alfred Hitchcock and his wife and partner Alma Reville.
Sacha Gervasi's 'Hitchcock' is opening in limited theaters on November 23rd.
SHiVER Synopsis - Psychological drama about a group of strangers who come to realize that they each have their own take on what it takes to survive when a mysterious infection threatens their lives.
This trailer establishes what the story is initially about. Film is about 2 hours and 12 minutes without credits. It was only made for 6,000 dollars. We were only able to film on Sundays starting in February and we had to finish before May.
This trailer will contain some language and some violence. Film will be released on the shiver page October 26, 27, and the 28th.
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Chase Merkley discusses his foreign film find of the month 'I Saw The Devil'.
Check out our interview with Vancouver-based pinup model: Kerosene Deluxe
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