Inspiration

The DIY Photography Holiday Gift Guide

Dec 8, 2009
Udi Tirosh

This time of the year is gift time all around and it is not just gifts under the Christmas tree. There’s Hanukkah for and Eid…

Photography: Real Fire Rocks / Photoshop Fire Sucks

Nov 16, 2009
Udi Tirosh

How did I manage not to burn the house down?? Well, first, my wife was not at home, LOL… and second, with the remote trigger…

Portrait Photography In The Eyes Of 5 Years Olds

Nov 8, 2009
Udi Tirosh

I had the honor and the pleasure to give a talk at my daughter’s kindergarten on Friday. We recently moved to a new place and…

Create Wonderful Worlds Using Soap Bubbles

Nov 4, 2009
Udi Tirosh

Mrs. H. should have known better than to push Steve Hermitage (Flickr) into doing the dishes. What started out as an innocent dish washing exercise…

BMK – A Mystery Project (I Can Tell You, But Then I’ll Have To Kill You)

Oct 17, 2009
Udi Tirosh

Over the past year I’ve been involved with a great project – it is about to launch soon. If you are a regular reader here,…

Playing With Matches – A Burning Tutorial (A Photography Project)

Oct 13, 2009
Udi Tirosh

It might be just me, but I love fire. I did a little survey and 5 out of 5 photogs I checked with are little…

3 Cool Photography Halloween Hacks

Oct 9, 2009
Udi Tirosh

Yea I know, Halloween is almost a month away, but if you’re gonna do something fancy, you’d better start preparing. Here are three completely safe…

The Inverse Square Law Experiment Done Right – Myth unBusted

Sep 30, 2009
Udi Tirosh

Yesterday I posted a cheat sheet that tried to question the applicability of the Inverse Square Law (ISL) on the way we use portable flashes…

The Inverse Square Law Cheat Sheet – Myth Busted

Sep 29, 2009
Udi Tirosh

UPDATE: This Experiment is all Wrong. I should hit my head on the same wall I used to measure reflected light off. Some great comments…

Create Great Panning Photographs Without Moving Your Camera

Sep 14, 2009
Udi Tirosh

Panning is a photographic technique that provides great separation of subject from background. The technique is very simple in theory, but takes some practice to…