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  • Elinchrom ONE - Your Questions Answered
    August 11, 2021

    Elinchrom ONE - Your Questions Answered

    Fresh off the back of the exciting Elinchrom ONE announcement (Elinchrom's first battery powered monolight!), and with questions coming in about it thick and fast, we thought it might be useful to summarise your most frequently asked questions in one place.  If you...

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  • Get The Shot with Michael Sewell - Food
    July 13, 2021

    Get The Shot with Michael Sewell - Food

    "By lighting from the far side of the plate, at an angle that causes the light to reflect towards the camera, there is a greater incidence of specular highlights, making the food look “wet”. It also gives it greater texture and shape, providing a much more appealing three dimensional look to the finished image"... Read on for more great food photography tips!
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  • The Importance Of Light by Michael Sewell
    July 12, 2021

    The Importance Of Light by Michael Sewell

    The purpose of this tutorial is to demonstrate the importance of light with regards to the quality of the image. To demonstrate the effect good lighting all images have been shot with a low end camera. In this case, a 2007 compact camera, a Fujifilm F31fd stolen from my Dad!
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  • Photographer Profile - Brett Harkness
    February 22, 2018

    Photographer Profile - Brett Harkness

    TFC ambassador Brett Harkness takes us on his journey in the industry, and explains what kit he's used over the years to create a successful studio and wedding photography business....
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  • Photographing the Perfect Plate with Scott Grummett
    November 3, 2016

    Photographing the Perfect Plate with Scott Grummett

    My journey into food photography began when I left college with a love of still life, I loved the technical aspects and the control of it all. My early commissions involved blowing things up, starting fires and freezing items in ice. It was a feeling of controlled chaos. From there I started assisting food photographers and found myself loving the combination of control and realism involved.
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  • Photographing Dancers with James Musselwhite - Dare To Be Different!
    September 9, 2016

    Photographing Dancers with James Musselwhite - Dare To Be Different!

    These images represent girls who dare to dream. All of the featured performers are amateurs. Tiger Tone as a studio, encourages novices to walk through their doors and try something new. Hoop, Silk and Pole Dancing require core strength, no fear and a will to be different. It's not your conventional exercise class. But it's the girls willingness to try something unique and to express themselves that we wanted to capture. I've always thrived on showcasing those who dare to be different, who step outside the norm and who seek to challenge themselves to reach new ground.

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