The Fighter

My first attempt on 3 point lighting. I tried to deconstruct a lighting similar to Howard Schartz image on Manny Paquiao as shown here: So, Deconstructing the image it We Get: 1. A softbox Above the Subject. 2. A Strobe at the back 3. Another infront. Modifying mine with a red gel. Diagram Below: Diagram courtesy of  lightingdiagrams.com. Post process will be on my next entry. Thanks for Reading!   .

Amazon

Another funshoot from the lightbender project. For now, will show the layers Used to achieve the look. I know some some photoshop artist can reverse the the workflow and achieve the final image just by referring through layers. O lazy Me… Have A great day reversing!

Moshi Ad and Product Shoot using Eye-fi

Product Shoots can be costly it involves a  lot of time planning and manpower. But in these setup i was able to do the shoot in a frugal, least costly, guerilla-like way, maintaining the class and quality of the Advert! The project was done on a very tight deadline, no time to set-up lightboxes; manpower whatnots, a then and there situation where the client need to see the output within the day. The setup was quite easy just an iPhone for lighting a foamboard. Another great way to view images in realtime... Read The Rest →

Tribal Shoot

Another Great work from RG. Tribal in the City Designer: Rocky Gathercole HMU: Blush-By Taz | Ivy Peralta Models: Iviang Barcenilla Israel Pavithra Raju Ann Llagas Shot and Edited: Ben Carino beneboto.com Emirates Aviation A Lightbender Project

Amazon Queen

First Tuts on Photo manipulation, Ill try to make it step by step so please bear with me, with the A huge thank you to another lightbender Project Friend, Leon for sharing this great image.  This are the two images we are going to work with. Lets Manipulate the foreground to match exactly like the BG. 1. Drag the amazon lady image to the elephant.     2. Erase or make a garbage mask around the foreground; this is to eliminate excess “garbage” around the image, also to see the... Read The Rest →

www.vimeo.com

www.vimeo.com These has been my sole video sharing site ve been using for some time now. Vimeo has been specialized on the “Pro” side. You dont get all the useless nonsense we see on youtube. Other than that; we dont see that 10minute limit given on youtube. Not much annoying ads which lets you concentrate more on watching the clips. The only drawback on the site: you only get a 500mb a week of space.

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