Announcing “Paperclipping: The Scrapbooking Video Podcast” with Noell Hyman – Also Powered by Glimpster


Hello everyone! Israel Hyman, one of the producers of Woven Shadows, here. Glimpster just added a new show to its network! It’s called “Paperclipping: the Scrapbooking Video Podcast,” hosted by my wife, Noell Hyman.

We’re including the first episode in all the Glimpster RSS feeds, including RollingRs, Izzy Video, and Woven Shadows, so you all have a chance to see it once and then decide if you, or someone you know, might want to subscribe.

To subscribe to Paperclipping in iTunes for free, please visit this link.

For the more technical viewers, the RSS Subscription address is

You can download the first installment of Paperclipping here.

If you’re like me, and you have a spouse who says there isn’t enough scrapbooking video content on the internet, this might be something they’ll like!

The Paperclipping Website is

Please take a moment to check it out and tell us what you think!

Woven Shadows 4 and Izzy Video 28 – Special Combination Episode


With this episode, we tried to do something different.

Because so many of the principles are identical in both still photography as well as videography, we decided to try a combination episode of Izzy Video and Woven Shadows.

In this combination episode, we cover some more details with three point lighting. We briefly discuss how to get a nice contrast on the subject’s face between the light side and the shadow side. And finally we review some gear, in this case, a fresnel light. We show the Lowel Fren-L.

You can download the combination episode here.

Please feel free to leave a comment to let us know if this worked for you.

Woven Shadows 3 – Professional Lighting for $100


In this episode of Woven Shadows, Jerry shows how you can create an inexpensive light setup that will bring you professional results, all for around $100.

You can download the episode here.

Please leave comments to suggest topics for future shows. Our goal is to answer your questions regarding digital photography.