Metal working studios can be cramped places, especially when they are working on monumental sculptures. Ellis Vener is lucky he had a remote setup so he could capture this craftsman working on a monumental sculpture.
Keeping your camera close is the key to capturing those unexpected, special shooting opportunities; like when you are at dinner and the light is so fantastic, you just can’t resist. Deb Sandidge loved the bokeh effect that she recreated the image in her home studio.
Not sure what to put on your Holiday wish list? On a recently episode of Scott Kelby's The Grid, Larry T., inventor and CEO of Platypod, and photographer Levi Sim talk about their favorite photography gifts under $100.