Friday, November 30, 2012

Jason Lanier Shooting a Classic Bridal Shoot at the Eiffel Tower in Paris France

This is another production image of me shooting yesterday at the Eiffel Tower....just AMAZING!

Jason Lanier Shooting at the Eiffel Tower in Paris France

This is a production shot of the unbelievable shoot I did at the Eiffel Tower yesterday in Paris France.  It was so amazing because it had been raining in France and Germany for a week straight.  The minute I arrived in Paris, the clouds parted and I was given an amazing canvas to paint with.  I can't wait to share it will all of you!  Thanks to my two amazing models Ashley and Farrah and my Parisian Assistant Jean Christoff!

Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Bridals at the Altenburg Castle in Bamberg Germany

This was such an AWESOME shoot!  We started the shoot late at night and a really thick blanket of fog rolled in which gave the entire scene a very Tim Burton kind of look that I just loved.  I used two video lights because the flash would be too bright.  I used back and side lighting to get the effects that I wanted...and wait until you see the shots!  Thanks to Stephanie for such a great shoot!

Shot at the Altenburg Castle on November 27, 2012, production still for Jason Lanier Photography.

Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Just a Wedding Dress....

Sometimes simplicity is the most beautiful thing, and I thought this image of just the dress captured the essence of that statement.  This image was taken at my wedding for Sako and Alvina earlier this month in Los Angeles, CA.  I posted a video earlier on how I took this shot on my Facebook Page, so if you're interested...take a look!

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Jason Lanier Shooting at the Neushwanstein Castle

I've seen a number of castles in my lifetime but the Neushwanstein Castle is the best so far.  It's nestled in the majestic German Alps the views are spectacular and the castle itself is in pristine shape.  What's even better is that you can get up to the Marienbrucke Bridge which is where you see me shooting here.  It's a footbridge that gives you unprecendented views of the castle.  I can't wait to edit and share the shot I was taking here!

The Many Different Sides of a Bride

This sequence was shot in succession in the Bridal Room with my bride Alvina back earlier this month in Los Angeles, CA.  I egged her on a little bit and captured this sequence which I just loved.  Hope you like it!

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Monday, November 26, 2012

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Natural Reflection

This is a shot of the Ring Bearer at the wedding I shot for Sako and Alvina in Los Angeles, CA earlier this month.  This was unposed, and the reflection is natural, not photoshopped in.  I caught him leaning against the bureau in the living room as he waited for his Mom, and I spotted the reflection and shot for it.  Hope you like it!

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Camera settings: Nikon D700, 1/80 sec at f/5.6, 300mm at ISO 4000, flash did not fire.  Taken at 1:14pm on November 17, 2012 by Jason Lanier.

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Bridals by Jason Lanier

This image was taken at my wedding for Sako and Alvina in Los Angeles, CA earlier this month.  This shot was developed with Lightroom, but no photoshop was done at all.  I tilted the shot because I loved how it went with the branches of the tree in the room.  Hope you like it!

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Camera settings: Nikon D700, 1/125 sec at f/4.2, 45mm at ISO 2500, flash fired.  Taken at 2:13pm on November 17, 2012 by Jason Lanier.

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Wedding Ring Shots Before and After

This is a before and after of the wedding ring shot that I did at my wedding earlier this month in Los Angeles, California. It's really fun to see how different it looks in the camera versus how it was shot.  Hope you like it!

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Sunday, November 25, 2012

Suspended Illumination

I love taking the time to do ring shots!  This shot was taken at my wedding for Sako and Alvina in Los Angeles, CA on November 17, 2012.  For this shot I took a fishing line and tied it to the rings.  I then put on my macro lens and shot it against the curtains in the house.  Hope you like it!

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Camera settings: Nikon D700, 1/80 sec at f/5.6, 105mm at ISO 125, flash did not fire.  Taken at 12:18pm on November 17, 2012 by Jason Lanier.

Lessons learned from driving in Germany...so far

I've only been driving here for two days now but here are some of the lessons I've learned:

  1. No speed limits are cool
  2. When you think you're driving really fast...a German will flash you with his lights letting you know to get out of their way.  They won't move over to the right lane.  They want you to move so you know you are going slow.
  3. Road rage is all the rage here.  Go slow and they will scream at you in about 1 second.
  4. If you pull over to the shoulder on the Audubon you can get ticketed.  It seems the only rule that applies on the Audubon is not stopping.
  5. They love to give out tickets when you go through tunnels, so make sure to slow down or the camera will catch you.
  6. Be prepared for people to give you very interesting looks if you appear in any way as a foreign driver.
  7. Have fun!!!

Thursday, November 22, 2012

Shooting Pin Ups on the Beach

This is a production image of me shooting at the beach in Maui for my pin up shoot there earlier this week.  It's always fun to marry different things together, and putting this dress with a houndstooth coat, on a beach with an abandoned building seemed pretty perfect to me....can't wait to share pics from the shoot!

Pin Ups in Hawaii

This is a production image from my very short trip to Maui earlier this week where I was able to shoot a pin up shoot with the amazing Summer Sweetzer.  It was such a great time, and an awesome location!  Nothing better than pin ups in Maui!

Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Shooting up close and personal

This is a production image from the wedding of Sako and Alvina last Saturday in Los Angeles, California.  As you can see here I'm shooting pretty close for a cake cutting/champagne toast.  Well, there's a reason I can do that.  It's because I use a full frame camera (D800), a wide angle lens (16mm) and use the Ray Flash which enables me to get gorgeous lighting even up close like I am....the right gear does make a difference!

Posing Romeo and Juliet

This is a production image of me shooting on Saturday at the wedding for Sako and Alvina.  You all seem to enjoy the production images so I'll be posting more for now on.  This was taken at the Ambassador Mansion in Los Angeles.  It rained so we got to shoot inside which was AWESOME!  The coordinator there named Kim was such a sweetheart and a tremendous amount of help.  Wait till you see this shot!!!

Real Photographers Don't Use Umbrellas

This is a production behind the scene still from my wedding with Sako and Alvina in Los Angeles, CA last Saturday.  I just love how this shot shows all the video guys using umbrellas while I'm roughing it in the rain.  My second shooter Steven was doing the same.  In all efforts to remain transparent, there is no love loss between myself and the video guys.  So this was a real fun shot to post.  Hope you like it!

Jason Lanier (no liquify) with Sako and Alvina

This is a shot of me with my AWESOME wedding couple Sako and Alvina at their truly amazing Armenian wedding last Saturday in Los Angeles, California.  It was the longest wedding of my career for a single day which included 17.5 hours of shooting and 22 total hours of working once you include travel without any breaks...You can tell I was tired when I had this picture taken (taken during the 17th hour) because I forgot to suck in my stomach for this shot.  I could liquify it but I refuse to do that even on myself....lol.

Elegantly Trashing a Dress

This shot was so much fun and its so appropriate because it was shot in Maui, exactly where I am right now!  We put the bride on top of the rocks (we made sure she was safe), I positioned her parasol, used her body to block the sun behind her, and nailed this shot while the wave was coming in...this is another shot I submitted to MSN.

This is the way a dress should look after being trashed

This was taken in Pomona, CA during my trash the dress shoot for Danielle.  We were so fortunate to get this train passing and we grabbed this shot just as it came.  This is why it's so important to be able to adjust your camera settings quickly because you never know when you're gonna have to do something really quickly like I had to do here.  This is a proper trash the dress session folks...:)

Monday, November 19, 2012

Hippie Style Trash the Dress

In this shot that was submitted for consideration for a spot on MSN, Melissa and I went to the Santa Rosa Plateau and had a blast.  We took her real wedding bouquet, tore it apart and smeared the flowers all over her dress.  It was awesome!

Taking a Mud Bath- Trash the Dress Submission

Another shot that was submitted to MSN for consideration on their Trash the Dress spot.  In this shot Tiffany was taking a bit of a bath in a dry lake bed thanks to 5 gallons of water that we brought.  I just love the effect it gives on the ground. And yes, it's real...:)

Burn Baby Burn- Trash the Dress Submission #2

Second shot that I submitted for consideration to be published on MSN.  In this shot Linette wanted to really not just trash the dress but burn it to the ground...so we did...:)

Trash the Dress Photo Submission

Just today I submitted a number of images for consideration on a spot for MSN where they will be highlighting trash the dress shots by photographers.  I thought I'd share a few with you guys as we go throughout the day just for kicks and giggles.  Hope you like it!

This shot is of the beautiful bride Danielle during her trash the dress shoot in Pomona California.  Not only did we smear dirt and grease all over her but we also ripped and cut her dress to bits, and then started pouring motor oil all over it!  I already know that some people don't "get" why brides and photographers trash dresses.  If you are one of these fine people just close your eyes for this shot...:)

Creating Great Ring Shots

This is a production shot taken of me at my wedding for Sako and Alvina in Los Angeles, CA.  For these ring shots I tied a fish wire to the rings and then held them up against the curtains while I used natural light and a macro lens to get the shot.  Always look for ways to create something different!

"It's not HDR...get over it" by Jason Lanier

This is a production behind the scenes shot from my wedding yesterday for Sako and Alvina.  So many times people accuse me of shooting HDR.  There's nothing wrong with HDR, but I DON'T shoot it.  Not because I don't like it, but because I've developed my Signature Collection Style and I don't need HDR.  Simply put, if you know how to shoot without using HDR, why in the world would you use HDR?  It's just more work...

This shot is illustrative of how I shoot.  One of the reasons I get accused of shooting HDR (High Dynamic Range) is because people can't figure out how I expose for multiple different exposure levels within the same shot.  Well, this is one way I do it.  For this image I set my camera exposure for the bride (Alvina) who was outside, and then I used my off camera flash to expose for my groom (Sako) inside.

If you want your images to look great....do something different.  Stop relying on Photoshop or Bracketing to get the results you're seeking.  I posted this image and an explanation of how I get some of my results to put to rest the discussion over me using HDR.  If you still don't believe me, then there's nothing more I can do to show you...

Thanks to my assistant Joyce for grabbing these shots of me shooting...I really appreciate it!

Using Mirrors and Off Camera Flash for Wedding Dress Shots

This image was taken of me yesterday during my wedding for Sako and Alvina in Los Angeles, California.  There are so many ways to take images of hanging wedding dresses, but using mirros is one of the bet ways to get some truly unique and beautiful perspectives.  The problem is that when you use mirrors you get that crazy flash blowing out the reflection which is horrible.  So to get around that you use a triggering system like Pocket Wizards and a Ray Flash which attaches to my Nikon SB910 Speedlight.  The results can be breathtaking....

Sunday, November 18, 2012

First Dance by Jason Lanier

This is one of my favorite if not favorite first dance shots that I've ever taken. This was taken yesterday during my wedding for Sako and Alvina in Los Angeles, California. I was lying completely on the floor when the groomsmen came and fired off confetti cannons around the bride and groom. Mixed with the lighting, it made for an absolutely unforgettable shot. Th

anks again to Sako and Alvina for allowing me to be part of their special day. A big thanks to Steven Squires for an awesome job second shooting and Joyce Isas for being such a wonderful and patient assistant..

Shot by Jason Lanier on November 17, 2012 at the Anoush Banquet Hall. Settings: Nikon D800, 1/250 sec at f/4.0, 17mm at ISO 2000, flash fired. Taken at 10:26pm...

Using Off Camera Flash with Ray Flash and Pocket Wizards

This is a production image of me shooting my Armenian wedding yesterday for Sako and Alvina in Los Angeles California.  It was the longest wedding of my career for a single day (17.5 hours), and that doesn't include any traveling time!  We had an amazing time with such a wonderful couple.  In this image I was shooting the dress using my D800 and then used my Ray flash and Pocket Wizards to shoot the dress from different light angles and perspectives.  These techniques can make a HUGE difference in getting killer shots.  Can't wait to share pics from this amazing wedding!

Saturday, November 17, 2012

Shooting at Fort Desoto on a Jason Lanier Workshop

This image was provided to me by Scotty Noone from my workshop in Tampa Florida earlier this week.  We did a swimsuit shoot but since it was colder she ended up with a sweater and scarf.  This sunset that we were able to shoot was honestly amazing...can't wait to be able to edit them sometime in the near future!

Meet Cuddles

This is a production image of Scotty Noone who received the charming nickname of Cuddles during my workshop in Tampa Florida.  We had so much fun that I'm planning on doing a workshop in St. Augustine early next year.  Cuddles was awesome as a photographer, a local organizer, and a friend... 

Production Image at the Don Vicente Inn in Tampa Florida

This is a production still from the Tampa Workshop where we shot in the Bridal Room of the historic Don Vicente Inn in Ybor City.  It was so much fun because not only did we get to do a great shoot but we also got to have some fun ghost hunting.  We had a great time!!!

Production Image from Tampa Workshop

This production image was taken at my workshop in Tampa Florida.  This is a shot of Shannon (Honeypot) and Constance (Dirty Birdy) in downtown Ybor City which was an amazing place to shoot.  Thanks to everyone who came!

Friday, November 16, 2012

One of my All Time Favorite Bride and Bridesmaids Shots Ever

This was shot at a wedding at the Montage Resort two and a half years ago in June 2010.  I had them face the ocean and then one by one had them turn.  I positioned their bodies in the right place that I wanted them, and then told one of my many infamous stupid jokes that made all of them burst into laughter.  The result was this image.  And yes, it's all real. Thanks to Eric and Michele for allowing me to be part of their amazing day.  Can you tell I'm getting ready to launch the new website?!

Camera settings: Nikon D3, 1/100 sec at f/5.0, 38mm at ISO 1250, flash fired.  Taken at 7:15pm on June 6, 2010 by Jason Lanier.

One of my favorite ceremony landscapes ever...

This was taken back in April in Kansas at the wedding for Philip and Jasmine.  It was an absolutely beautiful wedding and I was able to capture this before the ceremony started from the balcony of the mansion where they were married.  I just loved how the florists painted a heart of flowers on the grass just by using rose petals.  So simple yet so beautiful. Congrats to Philip and Jasmine!

Next Workshop: Maui, Hawaii- November 20, 2012

Camera settings: Nikon D3, 1/250 sec at f/4.0, 16mm at ISO 100, flash did not fire.  Taken at 7:37pm on April 26, 2012 by Jason Lanier.

What is Adobe Bridge?

Adobe Bridge is a very cool tool to use that is offered by Adobe and comes as part of a package when you buy Photoshop.  I currently use the version CS6.  Bridge is the best way for photographers to effectively move images around, rename them, and categorize them in volume.  That's the whole basis of Bridge, batch processing.  In the old days you'd use Bridge to run batch editing for you through Photoshop.  You can still do that I assume but it's really a waste of time as you should be using Lightroom for batch editing.

Adobe refers to Bridge as Digital Asset Management Software.  I mainly use Bridge for renaming my images, moving folders around, etc. at this point in time.  It's invaluable to me in that regard and I really love the program...when it isn't crashing.  Hope this helps!

http://www.adobe.com/products/bridge.html

Thursday, November 15, 2012

Maui, Hawaii Photography Workshop by Jason Lanier

Come join me next week on Tuesday November 20, 2012 from 1pm-6pm in Maui, Hawaii.  Click below to register now!!!

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Recap of the Tampa Florida Workshop!

Wow, this was truly an awesome workshop.  I already miss you guys who came and can't wait to come back next year for an amazing workshop in St. Augustine!  As many of you who have been to one of my workshops knows, I LOVE nicknames.  This workshop was a doozy in that regard because we had Honeypot, Deuce Bigalow, Cuddles, Dirty Birdy, Lord Jason, Roto Rooter...just to name a few.

It was an amazing two days where we went down to Fort Desoto on Tuesday and shot a gorgeous sunset where we did a swimsuit shoot.  And then on Wednesday we went and shot fashion photography all through the streets of Ybor City which was just awesome.

We ended the night with a truly epic shoot where we got the run of the entire hotel at the Historic Don Vicente Inn which is allegedly haunted.  There we did an entire ghost hunt for fun, but even more awesome was we did a bridal shoot in a wedding gown for over 3 hours!  The Don Vicente does about 70 weddings a year so this place was perfect for our shoot.  

We shot on grand staircases which massive chandeliers, antique couches, the bridal suite, the restaurant, bar, etc.  It was honestly one of the best shoots I've ever done at a workshop.  The owners were so unbelievably accommodating it made the experience just unforgettable.

I can't wait to share the pics from this workshop.  I need to thank Scotty (Cuddles) for being the local organizer, and Constance (Dirty Birdy) for being such a great model.  A HUGE thanks to all those who attended and made this workshop so special!  Pics to come as soon as I can!!!

Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Using Off Camera Flash with Ray Flash and Pocket Wizards

This image was taken yesterday at my workshop in Tampa Florida where we went down at shot at the historic Fort Desoto.  It was an amazing sunset and the best way for me to take advantage of it was by using off camera flash.  So, I hooked up two Pocket Wizards, one to the top of my camera and the other to my SB910 Speedlight, and then had an assistant hold the light towards the model in the direction she was looking...but wait!  A key ingredient to all of this is the Ray Flash.  I can't endorse this product enough!  I slipped the Ray Flash onto my SB910 which I always do for off camera lighting and the results are just amazing.  I got beautiful even lighting which means you can virtually shoot like you're in a studio anywhere.  It's just awesome guys.  If you've been to one of my workshops where I do off camera flash you know what I'm talking about.

Camera settings: Nikon D700, 1/125 sec at f/5.0, ISO 100, flash fired.  Taken at 5:40pm on November 13, 2012 by Jason Lanier.

Camerashopping, shooting it right the first time

This image was taken yesterday at my workshop down in Tampa, Florida.  If you attend one of my workshops one thing you'll learn and hear over and over again is the need for you to get it right in the camera, the FIRST time.  I really preach that photographers need to stop leaning on Photoshop so much, because for the most part it's just trying to mask your lack of ability in regards to shooting.

This image is completely unedited.  It's all about shooting at the right time, the right angle, etc. and understanding how to use your camera.  You'd be amazed at how much you can improve your shots when you just slow down and shoot it right!

Camera settings: Nikon D700, 1/160 sec at f/5.6, 300mm at ISO 100, flash did not fire.  Taken at 5:19pm on November 13, 2012 by Jason Lanier.

Swimsuits, a different take on shooting at the beach

This image was taken at my workshop yesterday in Tampa, Florida!  Before you say anything, she is wearing a full bathing suit and in fact is covered up by a sweater, boots, and a scarf.  So don't go saying how "scandalous" this shot is because it isn't.  No, you can't see her bathing suit, but it's there and the reason you can't is because of her scarf.

So, I always love to try and do a different take on any type of photography.  We wanted to do something down at the beach since we are in Florida so we put this outfit together which I thought was just perfect for winter time down at the beach.  It still has a beachy feel but also very fashionable.  Hope you like it!

Camera settings: Nikon D700, 1/250 sec at f/7.1, 35mm at ISO 100, flash did not fire.  Taken at 4:41pm on November 13, 2012 by Jason Lanier.

Monday, November 12, 2012

Text Testimonial for Jason Lanier Photography

"I wasn't expecting anything but fabulous from you and they came out even better!"

This is a testimonial my bride Daryl sent me after she saw her images for the first time today from her wedding at the Mosteller Mansion.  There is nothing more gratifying than when your client loves their images...

Sunday, November 11, 2012

Bridals by Jason Lanier

This image was taken of my bride Jessica late last month in San Diego, California.  She got ready at a beautiful home and when I found this couch and mirror I wanted to make it all come together.  So I put my flash on a Pocket Wizard and using my assistant I was able to fire the flash behind me, that way I didn't get any flash in the mirror.  Hope you like it!

Next Workshop: Tampa, Florida- November 13-14

Camera settings: Nikon D800, 1/160 sec at f/4.0, 35mm at ISO 250, flash fired.  Taken at 3:51pm on October 26, 2012 by Jason Lanier.

Saturday, November 10, 2012

Groom Portraits by Jason Lanier

Aaron King..the man, the myth, the legend.  This image was taken at my wedding for Aaron and Daryl at the Mosteller Mansion in Hickory NC.  Many times the groom is forgotten and we focus everything on the bride.  Well, it's important to remember that a marriage is between two people, and the bride loves shots of her man as well!  This was of Aaron and I think he looks awful handsome....

Next Workshop:

Tampa, Florida- November 13-14

Camera settings: Nikon D700, 1/640 sec at f/5.6, 98mm at ISO 640, flash did not fire.  Taken at 3:40pm on October 20, 2012 by Jason Lanier.

Here Comes the...Flower Girl!

This image was taken at my wedding for Aaron and Daryl at the Mosteller Mansion in Hickory, NC. This adorable little flower girl took her duties very seriously and decided half-way through her walk down the aisle that it was time to start running!  She barreled her way down all the way to about 2 feet in front of my camera lens.  It made for many sweet laughs and a great moment at this awesome wedding!

Next Workshop:

Tampa, Florida- November 13-14

Camera settings: Nikon D700, 1/200 sec at f/4.5, 50mm at ISO 640, flash did not fire.  Taken at 5:12pm on October 20, 2012 by Jason Lanier.

Friday, November 9, 2012

Bridals by Jason Lanier at the Mosteller Mansion

This image was taken at the Mosteller Mansion for my wedding for Daryl and Aaron.  Sometimes a tilt is the right way to capture an image, and I felt that was really true for this shot because of the angle of the stairway.  I really loved how it all came together...

Next Workshop:

Tampa, Florida- November 13-14

Camera settings: Nikon D800, 1/200 sec at f/5.6, 16mm at ISO 1600, flash fired.  Taken at 5:03pm on October 20, 2012 by Jason Lanier.

Me with my bride and groom at the Mosteller Mansion

Quick shot taken of me with my awesome couple Aaron and Daryl King at my wedding there for the Mosteller Mansion.  We had such an amazing time and I can't thank them enough for letting me share in their amazing day!!!

Chippendale Dancers Invasion at a wedding

No explanation required....well, maybe just a little.  This image was taken at my wedding for Daryl and Aaron, and either the groomsmen were hot, they wanted to hit on the bridesmaids, or they just wanted to show off their pecks.  Either way it made for amazing fun, great shots, and raucous dancing!

Next Workshop:

Tampa, Florida- November 13-14

Looking at you...at the Mosteller Mansion by Jason Lanier

This is typically the kind of stuff we do for albums where we can put two images together to bring the moment together, but I thought I'd share one here with you all as well!  This is from the wedding for Daryl and Aaron at the Mosteller Mansion in Hickory, NC.  I love to be able to capture these types of moments where you can feel the love the have for each other just through the image.  I took both of these shots...I just have fast legs which enable me to run around when needed!

Next Workshop:

Tampa Florida- November 13-14