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Photography Tutorials — Lighting

Photography » Lighting — about 4 years ago
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Learn how to take perfect photos of a product using only one speedlight
Photography » Lighting — about 4 years ago
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The butterfly light is the most easy and flattering light to illuminate a subject with only one light. Learn how to achieve it.
Photography » Lighting — about 4 years ago
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Darren Pearson’s still frame light paintings are impressive enough on their own. He uses flashlights in the dark to sketch out intricate figures. The forms he paints–angels, dinosaurs, aliens, sea creatures, and skeletons–are difficult for most of us to draw with pencil and paper, let alone with beams of light.
Photography » Lighting — about 4 years ago
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Advertising is a funny thing. Its goal is to entice the viewer to purchase or otherwise further engage with the person, product, or service being sold. To do that often requires semantic trickery, as is the case of the following video, which is essentially a three minute advertisement for Matthews Studio Equipment masquerading as an instructional photography video.
Photography » Lighting — about 4 years ago
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In previous articles, we began our study of lighting patterns for portrait photography with broad lighting, short lighting, and split lighting. Now let’s move on to loop lighting. In portrait photography, this lighting pattern tends to be one of the most popular. It is easy to set up and is flattering to most subjects’ facial types.
Photography » Lighting — about 4 years ago
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When starting out using strobes, you might think that it’s pointless to use them outside during a sunny day. However, there are many situations that call for more than just sunlight and/or reflectors. Outdoors strobes can help you balance your exposure between your background and the side of your subject that lies in shadow.
Photography » Lighting — about 4 years ago
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Learn how to take stunning beauty portraits using only one speedlight and a beauty dish.
Photography » Lighting — about 4 years ago
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A single strobe on the hot shoe of your camera can be surprisingly useful. Some photographers prefer to mount their portable strobe on a bracket, but that practice is being utilized less often these days. In the old days, there was no direct communication between the camera and the strobe.
Photography » Lighting — about 4 years ago
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Although sunny days are great for getting out of the house and enjoying the outdoors, they’re not always the best days for shooting as the high contrast can ruin some potentially good shots. However, shooting in the sun can get you some great images if you know how to deal with it.
Photography » Lighting — about 4 years ago
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In this tutorial you'll learn how to take stunning portraits using only one speedlite.
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