Lee Varis puts a prototype Fuji GFX through its paces while on tour in Venice, Italy for Carnival.
Bobbi Lane talks about portraits using natural and flash lighting, how and why you would use one or the other, using the same subject to illustrate the concepts she explores.
Lee Varis examines some applications of the aerial perspective technique in some images of the Disney Concert Hall in downtown Los Angeles.
Lee Varis shares some lesser known Photoshop extensions that can automate some advanced image editing workflows.
Lee Varis shares his photo experiences in Death Valley this past March 2012.
Lee Varis examines a recent photo assignment creating wide angle panoramas of the Broad Stage theater in Santa Monica.
Lee Varis talks about his recent assignment in New York in jazz recording sessions with Joseph Tawadros
Lee Varis shows how to solve the familiar problem of bad expressions in group portraits with a tutorial on swapping heads.
Lee Varis talks about the experiences of the California Photo Festival held at the picturesque central coast and shares some of his photos from workshop locations.
Lee Varis shows how Lightroom can be used to fix color problems associated with mixed lighting scenarios.
Lee Varis provides useful tips for capturing images at Burning Man
Lee Varis takes the Technopod to Burning Man and discovers a world of creative possibility.
Lee Varis shows some images from the recent LADIG/LA Conservancy tour of downtown Los Angeles’ Art Deco architecture.
Lee Varis provides an additional preview of his new book “Quick, Before They’re Gone! A Photographers Guide to Backup” where he talks about preserving assets into the future.
Lee Varis previews his e-book “Quick Before They’re Gone, a Photographer’s Guide to Backup” showing material from the introductory chapter and an outline of the contents…
Lee Varis takes you on a tour of the New York streets sets on Universal Studio’s backlot and examines the process of re-imagining the captured images to create something that transcends the original photographs…