Anonymous asked: Hi Jordan, I have a question for you regarding your layer masking technique. Are you using the quick selection tool? As always I'm a big fan of your work. Thanks again providing the opportunity to ask q's and learn from an amazing photographer like yourself. -Ehss
When layer masking, I’m just using the paint brush tool to keep which sections I want to show through and which ones I do not. I don’t use any selection tool for that. Thanks!
Anonymous asked: Hey Jordan i'm wondering your new Medium Format Camera it's a digital or a film camera ? And good jobs for your photo, there are just amazing. If you come to Montreal one day, let me know, I want to do a Mentor Session with you!
Medium format = film. Thanks, feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org for more info about mentor sessions.
Did a little interview for 22slides. Check it out here!
Anonymous asked: How do you take a picture of someone in front of a window and not have him/her turn out so dark?
Expose for their face (which will blow out the window) and you should get the look you’re going for. I don’t usually pay attention to my camera’s meter in instances like this because it’s going to think it’s way overexposed, however that’s actually what you need to do to get them properly exposed.
Anonymous asked: I look at all your pictures and they are all so flawless. you always take amazing pictures of beautiful places! I was wondering, when you are trying to take a picture of a place lets say for example a beach. what happens if there are a few people there? like if u want a picture with nobody there, is waking up really early the only option? haha and love your 'famous feet' photo :) u and shannon have great tastes in fashion too!
Thanks!! Most of the scenic places I go to don’t really have many people there anyways so that’s never really been an issue. Sometimes it won’t even be a big deal if they’re in the shot.