Layne Kennedy

How to Photograph Projects: Introduction

Layne Kennedy
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Professional photographer Layne Kennedy joined us in the shop to provide advice on taking great pics of your woodworking projects. Working with inexpensive home center lights, a smart phone, and point and shoot camera, Layne shows us how to get the best possible shots of our work.

See more from our “How to Photograph Your Woodworking Projects” series:

Choosing the Best Camera
Choosing a Background
Image Composition
Lighting Tips
Using Natural Light
Using Your Camera Settings
Using Your Smart Phone Camera
Table Top Photo Studio
Photographing Furniture
Capturing Details

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3 Responses to “How to Photograph Projects: Introduction”

  1. Bruce

    I'm new here. I must be doing something wrong. I only got 1:22 introduction and that's it. What's with this ???

  2. Greg N

    George and Layne--thanks so much for this series. I had always wanted to get better photos of project, but I worried that doing so would require lots of expensive equipment or advanced photography expertise. Very useful, down-to-earth information I will put to good use.

  3. Chris Rodgers

    Great series of videos! Very helpful - lots of good info and practical examples using smartphones and simple point-and-shoots like most of us have. Thanks!

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