This is an unboxing of the new Tamron 70-200 f/2.8 G2 Lens for CanonRead More
I constantly change up what’s in my bag depending on the assignment. I’m also very cautious about overpacking. My mantra: “Keep it simple and efficient.”Read More
I constantly change up what’s in my bag depending on the assignment. I’m also very cautious about overpacking. My mantra: “Keep it simple and efficient.” Here is everything that’s in my mobile studio kit; it’s what I would bring for a portrait session, and about the only thing missing is a light stand, which I usually will either handhold or strap on the back of my Burton F-Stop Backpack. The truth is, I hate carrying stuff, so the less I have to carry, the better (though I never leave home without my sunglasses).Read More
In this short video, Jeff Rojas discusses 5 basic retouching tools and where they're best used.Read More
As I spend more and more time behind a camera, I spend equally as much time trying to minimize my workflow. Doing so allows me to simplify my workflow as a photographer and instead focus on my subject, which is the most important part of the shoot.
Being at a rental studio, I used the resources that I had available to my disposal, but that always allows me to be creative on set.Read More
After teaching Photographing Men on CreativeLive and writing a book with the same title, many of you emailed me about photographing more "average" people.
I wholeheartedly believe most (ALL) of that content applies to regular guys like myself... so I decided to put my money where my mouth was. I produced a 2-hour video entitled "Photographing the Average Joe," which takes all of the principles I've discuss in class and workshops I've taught into a single short form video that covers everything from lighting to posing and editing.
I was so adamant on making this a successful video that the content was filmed not once, not twice, but three times. I knew that in order to convey the message that I wanted to, I need the right videographer, the right editor and the right team to make this a valuable lesson.Read More
I think it's about time that I share my most GUARDED secret as a photographer... My Retouchers! Why? Simply because I think they're level of talent should not go unnoticed. These days there are tons of retouchers out there and I know many photographers are having difficulty finding dependable people to outsource to. So no more secrets, here's who I give my stamp of approval to.Read More
Whether you’re a photographer or simply an aspiring one, you’re going to be pulled in a million different directions with your business. Between emails, accounting, marketing, retouching and photographing clients, a solid workflow is something that can help you keep your sanity.Read More
So you want to start your own Vlog, but you don't have a budget to justify buying a DSLR capable of video... just yet. That's okay! I'm going to show you how to create a high quality Vlog using nothing more than your cell phone.Read More