In this video Gavin Hoey takes you through his process of using fake walls, made of fabric, for a portrait shoot in his small home studio.
Gavin's idea is to create the feeling of depth by lighting his model but letting the far corner drop in to dark shadow.
It sounds simple enough but in order for the set-up to work, Gavin will have to compromise on his vision and come up with some creative lighting solutions.
Problem solving and compromise, it's all part of the photographic process.
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Canon Announces Additional Details of EOS R5 Full-Frame Mirrorless Camera Currently In Development
Following-up on the development announcement of Canon’s most advanced full-frame the mirrorless camera ever, the EOS R5, Canon has additional details to share, including information on the camera’s 8K video recording, Dual Pixel CMOS AF and a new “Animal Detection” auto focus technology.
The EOS R5 will record internal 8K video capture up to 29.97fps, using the full width of the image sensor and will feature Canon’s revolutionary Dual Pixel CMOS AF technology in all 8K recording modes.
In addition, with newly developed live view AF technologies seen in the EOS-1D X Mark III flagship camera as a basis, EOS R5 will implement “Animal Detection” auto focus technology.
The AF technology will help users steadily track animals such as dogs, cats and birds by detecting the body, face, or eye of the subject, helping to ensure fast and accurate capture of quick-moving objects.
As you know, we have been carefully monitoring coronavirus developments both domestically and globally over the past few weeks.
In the interest of addressing the health and safety concerns of our stakeholders and in consultation with partners throughout the media and entertainment industry, we have decided not to move forward with NAB Show in April.
We are currently considering a number of potential alternatives to create the best possible experience for our community.
This was not an easy decision.
Fortunately, we did not have to make this decision alone, and are grateful to our NAB Show community for engaging with us as we grappled with the rapidly-evolving situation.
This Show is as much yours as it is ours, and it is important to us that we move forward together.
For nearly 100 years, NAB Show has provided superior value and the best possible experience for exhibitors and attendees.
We knew that if we could not deliver on those expectations, we would not move forward.
More importantly, keeping the community safe and healthy is NAB’s highest priority; therefore, we are deferring to the developing consensus from public health authorities on the challenges posed by coronavirus.
We are still weighing the best potential path forward, and we ask you for your patience as we do so.
We are committed to exploring all possible alternatives so that we can provide a productive setting where the industry can engage with the latest technology, hear from industry thought leaders and make the game-changing connections that drive our industry forward.
I want to stress that despite our disappointment at how this year’s Show has been impacted by global public health concerns, we are more excited than ever about the future of NAB Show and our relationship with you.
We are grateful for each and every member of our Show community.
It is your passion for the industry that makes NAB Show a success year after year, and it is that same passion that will drive us into the future as we look ahead to new possibilities later this year and beyond.