Ok so today I’m pretty psyched to have been told that yesterday I was featured in an article in the New York Times.
A couple of weeks back Scott Kelby posted on his Google+ page about a technique I’d written called the Invisible Black Backdrop. In it I explain how to take portrait shots in virtually any location, and using minimal kit and a few very simple steps make it look as though they were taken in a studio.
Since originally writing the post, it’s wonderful to have received so much positive feedback from folks who themselves have given the technique a try and achieved great results; completely unexpected though was to have had a call from the New York Times wanting to feature it…
I’ll be calling a favour from my buddy, superb portrait photographer Rick Wenner who lives over in New York to send over a couple of the printed copies (hey Rick 😉 ) but you can check out the online version here [Link]
>Here too is a link to the original Invisible Black Backdrop technique post [Link]
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