Expression ( A great subject )

Posted on Saturday, February 12, 2011 at 06:23AM by Registered Commenterkennethlinge in , , | Comments4 Comments | References4 References

 

A while ago I had the honor of photographing one of the nations VERY best story tellers Mr. Donald Davis of Ocracoke Island, North Carolina. I was very excited since I am very much into expressions which is for sure a must in a great photograph of a person. It was very good to have watched Mr. Davis perform before the shoot.

My job was to portray him as a storyteller to hang in a storyteller center. My message with this blog is to suggest if you want a very grateful subject for expressions find a storyteller and get him going telling a good story. I posted first a collage we made for a fund raiser performance, then each individual image underneath here in order so you can better see his expressions.

Hope you enjoy the pictures and have a very nice weekend. 

NO SECRETS! " How to Avoid the 10 Most Common Mistakes Photographers make."

Posted on Friday, February 4, 2011 at 03:56PM by Registered Commenterkennethlinge | Comments1 Comment

I will be teaching a class "How to Avoid the 10 Most Common Mistakes Photographers Make" on Saturday May 21st, from 1-5pm @ my InStudio Photographics in Orem, Utah It's number 1 in my new "NO SECRETS series" of half day classes. For so long I have wanted to do this class, simply because I am so frustrated seeing even well know and respected Photographers year after year doing this mistakes. It takes so little, like attending my 4 hour class to make many images go from good to excellent, small things often makes a huge difference. My most important thing in Photography is to make people look their very best with good light, angels, perspective etc so they can feel good about themselves and be a happy returning client.

To make it available to most people I have priced it as my lowest priced class EVER, $85 for 4 hours of education. learning from 36 years of success and failure. Please email: intsop@gmail.com if you want to sign up. This is a class I am just going to promote through FB, Twitter and this blogpost, so we have made no sign up on the web. Hope to see you there.

PS. NO actions or presets can replace lighting a subject well ~ Kenneth Linge

 

Portfolio ~ Slideshow 53 images

Posted on Wednesday, December 15, 2010 at 09:15PM by Registered Commenterkennethlinge | Comments6 Comments

Here is a selection of my work in a slideshow, enjoy. I'm at the moment looking for 1on1 full day training jobs, seminars and workshops in Europe for the period February - April 2011. Can do some in The USA in March. Please contact me on intsop@gmail.com if interested. I usually go and teach in Europe 3-4 time periodes a year. So lets find a time that work for you. 1 on 1 training have been a great success, I come to your place, you set the schedule. I done it know from Norway in the North, to Dubai and across the atlantic to the USA. PS. Will be in Asia again during June 2011.

 

Kids and furniture InStudio

Posted on Wednesday, December 15, 2010 at 01:18PM by Registered Commenterkennethlinge in , , | Comments1 Comment

Today's blog is about using furniture for kids photography in the studio. Sometimes people want a more home like feeling for their pictures and so do we. We have many kinds of furniture, even a bed. Today I will focus on a beautiful set provided for us by Gatehouse No. 1 here in Orem. Underneath this image you will see the camera room and how the set it is usually placed along a wall. The length of the camera room is 90 feet so we can also use this furniture and more for some very large families in here. Hope you enjoy!

 

Both images photographed with Canon EOS-1Ds Mark III. and lights by Elinchrom.

 

Foreground, middle and background.

Posted on Wednesday, December 8, 2010 at 11:15AM by Registered Commenterkennethlinge | Comments2 Comments

Using foreground, middle and background works well for crating more depth and dimension in a picture. Then adding a warm spot on the subjects faces sure helps make them stand out more. (and no dark eyes )