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Behind the scenes video of the Dab Punk photo shoot

22704116450_6aa1149d35_h 22878351692_8d61040f7f_bHello everyone here is a quick video of my behind the scenes photo shoot of Dab Punk





Houston Photo booth Pros

Hello everyone I’m excited to show you guys a quick behind the scenes video of our photo booth. It definitely is unique and slick. For more information or questions please contact me at


A look at my everyday life








I always wanted to post a picture that shows how my life is everyday after I come home from work. This picture was taken in the kitchen and took me about 15 minutes to set up. This is just the miniature version of how my real desk looks but its very close.

For this shot it consisted of 2 pictures blended in together to get the final result.

Strobist info: 2 bare vivitar 285 hvs. One with a snoot fired from the top right and one underneath subject aiming at subject.

Set up pics



Final result

DIY Orange splash


DIY Photoshoot “Oranges…not just a great source of vitamin C but they make great shots too”

It was just another sleepless night, where instead of watching television, reading a book, or listening to music like the majority of the world, I found my calm through my DSLR. I acknowledged an idea that I have contemplating on for a while, a small tutorial. This tutorial wasn’t a walk in the park either. This tutorial took time, and several trial and errors. Please enjoy the tips and hope it helps in expanding perspectives. Remember to be very careful with the water splashes and your gear.
  1. For the set up it is best if u cover the flashes with a ziploc bag or something transparent.
  2. Both flashes were set at 1/8 of a power.
    1. I had to do some minor editing but remember the key to getting a good picture is the way you position your flashes.
  3. Position your flashes and use a remote or timer to capture the shot.
I used a 10 sec timer on the DSLR to time myself when to drop the orange.

here are the set up pics


Final Result