LightSource Podcast Interview Series

E048 Mark Robert Halper Slidecast II

In this edition of LightSource, Bill and Ed talk are joined by our favorite repeat guest, commercial photographer and instructor, Mark Robert Halper.

Hosts:

Bill Crawford, publisher of StudioLighting.net (Flickr)
Ed Hidden, exclusive IStockPhoto.com photographer (Flickr)

Theme Music:

Sean Campbell and Steve Hill (Firesickle.com)

Special Guest:

Mark Robert Halper, Los Angeles based commercial photographer.

Mark Robert Halper Photography

Mark Robert Halper's Photos


LightSource Episode 48 (Interview Series) [60:54 minutes]

 

 

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In this episode:

Bill and Ed discuss:

  • The sniper camera holding technique discussed on PhotoshopTV
  • The announcement of new DSLR cameras from Nikon and Canon
  • New “Point of View” video from Chase Jarvis, now available on iTunes!

Special Guest Mark Robert Halper discusses:
In this special format edition of LightSource, Mark Robert Halper walks us through some of his images and explains the lighting setup, shoot details and provides other detailed commentary for each image.

To follow along, you will need to visit his podcast gallery at the following web site:

Mark Robert Halper LightSource Podcast Walkthrough Gallery

Other links:
Stylist, Danielle Satinover: http://studiomark.com/photo-stylists.html


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One thought on “E048 Mark Robert Halper Slidecast II

  1. Joseph

    Wow, yet ANOTHER great podcast. I love hearing these guys. i’m just a college student trying to learn all this stuff and i must say these podcasts are a incredibly valuable tool.
    i’ve been listening ever since the first show. and i was wondering,
    if perhaps we could hear clay enos agian? i love that mans photos and his photography ‘philsophy’.
    Thanks again for producing such great work.
    -Joseph