I just missed it, this blog has passed the 100 mark. 100 posts with behind the scenes, lighting diagrams, a lot of text about how the angle of a softbox can improve a portrait and things I just write when I get started.
The funny thing is that this blog in English was just a test to see if there was an interest in stuff I like to read on other blogs (my blog in Swedish is not at all this focused on lighting, but I had to narrow the scope here, otherwise I would never have time to work).
Photographers providing detailed information on how they set up a photo shoot on location or in the studio, why they chose a beauty dish instead of a Magnum reflector, or just showing how it was done, behind the scenes. Those are the things I have learned almost everything I know about studio lighting from (plus a few books and a little trial-and-error of course).
And sharing it is not just something for good karma, it is really helping me to put words on what I know, having to describe it to the Internet. I only read books in English, watch DVDs without subtitles and wander around the english speaking Internet effortlessly, but writing stuff in English is hard. And time consuming.
Sure, it is a lot of technical words that are easy to understand in this business, but the wording often gets me stuck. If you have English as your first language, please excuse some funny direct translations or other mistakes.
And thank you all for all the comments, they really help me finding the time to document more, write more and make me happy even on boring days.
And if you have the time, please share the content on this blog via Twitter, Facebook or on forums, I love to see how this thing grows just with the help of good old word of mouth.
Let me know if there are things you want me to focus more on, I am happy to fill my list with requests. Now I have to finish a blog post with crochet cakes.