Studio Photography – The Best Softbox Ever

Apr 17, 2008
Udi Tirosh

If you did not meet Nick Wheeler (Flickr Stream – a must) until now, you are in for a treat. Nick is what I call…

Shooting Balloons – DIYing High Speed Photography

Apr 13, 2008
Udi Tirosh

It looks like this weekend is going to be weekend at the movies for all photography lovers. So sit back, and enjoy. Now, the trick…

Sticks, Stones, Concrete and Killer Lighting

Apr 12, 2008
Udi Tirosh

As a child, I’m sure you’ve heard the following phrase: “Stick and stones will break my bones but names will never heart me“? Jim Talkington…

Worry Free Digital White Balance – The 0.05 Cent Expodisc

Apr 10, 2008
Udi Tirosh

One of the great advantages of working with RAW files is the ability to control the white balance in post production. For example, if you…

Who Needs a Lomo Colorsplash if You Have a Film Container

Apr 3, 2008
Udi Tirosh

I guess that by now everybody is familiar with the film can bare-bulb flash trick. If not, head over to photojojo and see hoe easily…

Readers Projects – The Food Saver Omnibounce

Mar 23, 2008
Udi Tirosh

Going along with the great show of readers projects, Simon Chung sent me a great idea for a flash diffuser. Starting with an ordinary food…

Keep Your Stuff Together While Snooting

Mar 15, 2008
Udi Tirosh

A snoot is something you use to constrain the light coming from a flash, you can use it to tight a beam of light, or…

DIY Lens Support Bracket

Mar 10, 2008
Udi Tirosh

The following article is a guest post by Dwight Duckstein. I purchased a used Nikkor 70-200mm, 2.8f lens – the old style that didn’t have…

DIY: Photography Light Stand Sandbags

Mar 9, 2008
Udi Tirosh

If you are mounting your lights indoors you are safe, but what if you are outside in the blowing wind? This is not the first…

Studio DIY: Disposable Camera Ring Flash

Mar 8, 2008
Udi Tirosh

Not too long ago, I have posted an article about making a strobe from a disposable camera. I was soon after that I called out…