MPEX Experience, SoftLiteStudios, The Daily Photo- Tim Neumann

Tim’s Daily Photo #141- Stairway To…

The Daily Photo #141 by Tim Neumann of Softlite Studios.com Stairway To… If you’re hearing a Led Zeppelin riff here I totally get it. This staircase is wrapped around the remains of an industrial smokestack and can be found at the Ariel­ Foundation Park. A former PPG glass plant converted to a community park and gardens. ISO 100 ­ 1/60 @ […]

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MPEX Experience, The Daily Photo- Tim Neumann

Tim’s Daily Photo #40- Under Pressure

The Daily Photo #40- February 9th, 2016 By Tim Neumann of Softlite Studios.com Under Pressure The Columbus Fire Museum offers a view of the rich fire fighting history and Columbus, OH. Among the numerous tableaus, I found this pressure gauge from one of the earliest fire pumper “truck” (this was actually a wagon) in use for fighting fires. ISO 800 […]

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MPEX Experience, The Daily Photo- Tim Neumann

Tim’s Daily Photo #21- As Tight As A Drum

The Daily Photo #21- January 20th, 2016 By Tim Neumann of Softlite Studios.com As Tight As A Drum Apparently I am in an Orange mood this week. Did a little more “street shooting” at the North Market this past weekend and this line / shape combination hit my eye. ISO 3200 ­ 1/80 @ f/8.0 ­ 85mm Gear used: […]

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Gear Review, Hands-On Impressions, MPEX Experience

All Geared Up: The Profoto B2 and Sony A7II

Our very own Spencer Lookabaugh took out some new, compact gear for a shoot here in downtown Columbus, Ohio. Check out his review of the B2 and the Sony A7II below! I love Profoto. I think they are one of the most innovative brands in the photo industry currently. Last year they released the groundbreaking […]

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MPEX Experience

Mock-Ups: Martin Schoeller

In Mock-Ups, T.J. and Michael work together to recreate celebrity portraits from professional photographers and show you how they did it. One of the more iconic celebrity portraitists is Martin Schoeller. His portraits have a very distinct look thanks to his very narrow depth of field, his head-on composition and subtly awkward crop, and his deceptively simple lighting arrangement. His aesthetic is […]

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