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Photography Tutorials — Lighting

Photography » Lighting — over 4 years ago
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Ring flashes and continuous ring lights are popular among fashion portrait photographers. The circular lights are placed around the camera lens to reduce shadows and create interestingly shaped catch lights in a model’s eyes.
Photography » Lighting — over 4 years ago
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Even if you don’t have a studio setup that seems conducive to headshots, you can seize these income opportunities by using equipment you already own. Pye of Lin and Jirsa shows how his studio makes use of its everyday gear to create Peter Hurley-style headshots:
Photography » Lighting — over 4 years ago
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In photography, as well as in any other visual art form, light plays a key role, and it should be considered a critical compositional element. Lighting for architectural photography, as well as for interior photography, can be very demanding, because the light defines the space or structure of the building.
Photography » Lighting — over 4 years ago
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McNally’s lighting diagram simplifies his setup. He used a 14-24mm zoom lens, a Speedlight Commander, and three speedlights shot through a Lastolite 8-in-1 Umbrella with its covers removed. Shooting three strobes through the umbrella resulted in faster recycling time and more power to simulate a larger light source.
Photography » Lighting — over 4 years ago
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Lighting can be one of the most challenging aspects of photography, but something every photographer should strive to learn more about, no matter what their skill level. This new eBook is designed to lead you on a path of learning by doing using realistic example images.
Photography » Lighting — over 4 years ago
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Skulls, flowers, elaborate makeup, tombstones, and candles. These are just a few of the things you will see in Jay P Morgan’s setup for his Day of the Dead shoot. With smoke machines and a beautifully decorated model, Morgan will show you how he created his Day of the Dead images by explaining his lighting setup, camera settings, and other details of the shoot:
Photography » Lighting — over 4 years ago
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As many photographers switch from using strobes to using continuous lighting for their photo shoots, they need solutions to avoid the 1950s-era hard light look caused by using unmodified, direct light. Diffusion softens and shapes light to flatter models and change the feel of an image. Because there are practically limitless choices when it comes to diffusion materials, selecting a panel can be a time-consuming and expensive task.
Photography » Lighting — over 4 years ago
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Every year, Time Magazine releases a Person of the Year issue that features a person who has influenced the events of that year. These are great opportunities for fellow photographers to showcase their wisdom and talent in their craft, at the same time allowing the rest of us to learn about what it takes to create cover-worthy images for esteemed brands and companies:
Photography » Lighting — over 4 years ago
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Photographing climbers can be tricky. Photographing with strobes on location can be tricky. Photographing at night can be tricky. But if neither one of those are challenging enough alone, try doing all three, at once.
Photography » Lighting — over 4 years ago
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Don’t be discouraged if you do not have buckets of money to spend on extravagant lighting setups, in the nicely made video tutorial below, Mark Wallace is back to share some of his endless knowledge with us.
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