The Two Hosers Photo Show 135- More Is Good, Some Is Better

ep 135 thumb largeIn this episode Allan forgets how to intro the show, Adam heroically grabs the reins and the Two Hosers philosophize about overdoing it.

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6 thoughts on “The Two Hosers Photo Show 135- More Is Good, Some Is Better

  1. how’s it goin, eh?

    i’m Jonny, here in Toronto. just want to say thanks for all the hours of doing this. i appreciate each joke, missed cue, tangent and tip equally. keep up the great work.
    you guys are fantastic.
    i love tuning in each week. i’ve learned a ton. the Black Foamie thing has changed my life forever. i also, am loving my yongnuo triggers on my canon t2i. i’ve been really trying to learn all i can about off camera flash for about a year now, and i’m making better pictures all the time. (because of the YN addition to my kit)

    a few episodes back, you guys mentioned macGuivering a hockey stick to hold a soft box or light modifier or simply a speedlite. funny. and a great idea. i had to respond and share the set-up i’ve found through watching Joe MacNally in a workshop here in Toronto.

    go to:
    to see the Kacey Pole-Adapter.

    This little baby will fit perfectly onto a Paint Pole (Home Depot$20.), or on any old mop or broom handle that you have lying around with a standard threaded end on it. You can attach any swivel or clamp, umbrella holder, cold-shoe mount you already have to it and be mobile in seconds.

    I love mine. and so does my VAL!

    wish you guys all the best for the rest of summer. it’s so refreshing to hear a couple of Canadians catching up each week and talking photography.

    Keep your stick on the ice, and don’t let your meat loaf!

  2. Thanks Jonny from Toronto. I would recommend dropping the “from” by the way. Jonny Toronto is a great name for a 90’s Gangster movie that tries to “borrow” from Tarantino. I’d watch it.

    By sheer coincidence I have seen that makeshift boom pole. Very handy indeed. Approximately as functional as my expensive Gitzo microphone fish pole but at a fraction of the price. Just so happens I already owned the Gitzo for audio reasons. Wouldn’t buy one specifically for lighting.

    Glad you can use the BFT. It was also a game changer for my photos. Thanks again to NvN. Keep up the off-camera work. It’s a pretty deep rabbit hole with lots to learn and different paths to take.


  3. Brian- we’ve all had at least a passing fascination with the vignette tool. Sooner we get past it the better.


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