VIETNAM GLOCOATING ENGINEERING JSC.
VGCE are the licensed distributor and applicator for Corrocoat UK in Vietnam.
Corrocoat was established in 1975, and operates across five continents from more than thirty locations worldwide, providing comprehensive repair and maintenance solutions based on the application of a range of high technology coatings and composites.
Corrocoat has been at the forefront of industrial and marine coating development for over three decades, and manufactures an extensive range of “glass-flake” coatings to cover individual corrosion, erosion and abrasion problems, especially related to tanks / vessels / pipes / pumps / valves etc.
Corrosion and erosion eat away not only at materials, but also at profits. In today’s modern offshore industries, protection against corrosion is a vital issue in extending the working life of capital equipment thereby removing the necessity for “metal replacement” and the cost this incurs.
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How Camera Angle Affects the Body Shape: A Photo Lighting Tutorial
by Jay P. Morgan
In today’s Slanted Lens lesson we are on location at the Bonneville Slat Flats in Utah and we will be exploring how camera height affects body shape. I always wanted to shoot at the Salt Flats but didn’t realize that in March it’s under water. Not to be deterred we headed out to the Salt Flats using them as a reflection pool. The water is only 6 to 8 inches deep which is perfect for our purpose. Height is a critical element when we shoot our talent. The angle will flatter our talent or cause them to look comical. We make the decision on the camera angle based on what we want to communicate. Low angles are great for full body and higher angles are better as we move into a head and shoulders. Our light today is very simple. We are using mostly natural light and will use one Dynalight strobe head with a Photoflex soft box to emphasize the highlight on our talent’s face from the hazy sun. Keep those cameras rolling and keep on clickn’.
Products used in this video:
Dynalite Strobe Head: http://bhpho.to/1TgPvWl
PhotoFlex Softbox: http://bhpho.to/1XhbFXF
Spider Camera Holster: http://bhpho.to/1PshRcf
Kessler Crane: http://bhpho.to/1Smfn2M
Glidecam HD 2000: http://bhpho.to/1SmeIOU
Vanguard Alta Pro Tripod: http://bhpho.to/1SLZ2VA