Over the last 20 or so years, photographer John Gress has acquired about 20 different softboxes, but he has never actually sat down and tested them out in the studio, one at a time, to determine the quality of light produced by each modifier when shooting portraits. 

In this episode, Jerry Ghionis wants to make lighting your female subjects easy to understand and he will teach you some of his field-tested lighting tips for working with available light, window light, and constant light.

This is Brandon Li´s simple method for taking one shot, and turning it into a complete scene. You can create better story flow in your videos by thinking about shooting scenes instead of just shots.

Recently someone asked Joel Grimes how he achieves the ultimate Black and White conversion. Well, he has tested several options in Photoshop and other programs to do just that and often revisit the topic to see if something new has come down the pike.

Getting the best exposure is really important. In this video, Nigel Danson talks about the exposure and the edit and how both are essential to get the look you want in your photography. ​

Tyler Stalman explains how to get two completely different looks out of the same gear.

Portrait Photographer Jerry Ghionis explains how to pose your clients so they always looks good!

Joris Hermans uses these gear and camera hacks all the time in real life. They're super useful for shooting commercials, b-roll and cinematic videos. Oh, and they'll also save you a bunch of money. Enjoy!

What can you do if you need a photo session on a sunny day but it is raining in your city? The solutions is simple, create a sunny day inside your studio. Here's how our friend, photographer James Quantz Jr handles bad weather! 

In this video, filmmaker Thomas Alex Norman is going to be getting into how to get next-level shots. He is going to be looking at three different scenarios, three different shot types that he is gonna break down into what a beginner would do versus what a pro would do.