Join Kirk Mastin, in an interview with community member, Kayla Baptista about staying creative by photographing her family, how it's different than a client's family, and how she's using her own family photography to market her business.Read more
For most films, you need to shoot it at it's nominal ISO, not what's on the box. In this post, we discuss what nominal speed is and how to use it with a handy chart of the 15 most popular films nominal ISOs.
We've been watching our community members find new opportunities for creativity and learning and its been absolutely inspiring! We’ve interviewed one of our standout community members, Christina Quesenberry, about how she is pivoting from photographing families and couples to food, nature, and product.Read more
If you are trying to find a way to stay creative with your photography while you are staying home, we have an idea for you! We’ve interviewed Jessica Whitaker, founder of Build + Bloom, about how to do a Facetime photo shoot. Read more
You may already be familiar with Lightroom's masking features for those times you need to make selective edits to your photos, but did you know that there are also tools that let you easily refine the masks you create? Check this out!Read more
Babies grow up incredibly fast, and that is why so many new parents choose to hire a newborn photographer to capture that short precious window where their mini is impossibly tiny. One day—maybe the day that the little human in...
Portra Original emulates three speeds of the classic film often used for portraiture, Kodak Portra. Each version of Portra has individual characteristics, but all of them give a Warm and Neutral look.
Choosing the right Mastin Labs pack for your intended look is key to getting the editing results you want. If a bold and balanced look is what you're after look no further than Fujicolor Everyday Original.