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Photography Tutorials — Lighting

Photography » Lighting — about 7 years ago
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In photography there are hot lights and cold lights. Hot lights are always on, and in turn, get incredibly hot. Cold lights are also known as strobe equipment, and are only on when the flash is executed.
Photography » Lighting — about 7 years ago
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Before explaining Exposure Value, it helps to know what Light Value means. When you find something, there are (generally speaking) two main levels of light you need to deal with.
Photography » Lighting — about 7 years ago
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Metering mode is found in all dSLR’s and it reads the light values coming into a camera. In return this setting determines what the proper exposure to use is. Photography Metering can also be defined as “what area in the viewfinder is metered”.
Photography » Lighting — about 7 years ago
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HDR photography allows one to stretch one’s creative approach to the photographic image in ways that never before seemed possible. In this post I explore some basic concepts of dynamic range, contrast and EV range and how one may approach different conditions with HDR image making.
Photography » Lighting — about 7 years ago
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Today we’re on location in St Ives, trying something different with very long coastal exposures. You’ll see the afterglow of the sunset illuminating the sea, movement in the waves, and a beautiful final image!
Photography » Lighting — about 7 years ago
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The difficulty lies in the different, constantly changing lighting conditions of certain settings: photography can be indoors or outdoors, in the morning or evening, sometimes in changing conditions. This article will try to set out some basic ideas and tips for you to use.
Photography » Lighting — about 7 years ago
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The best way to compensate for light deficiencies is to add reflectors to your set. We can also explore a close cousin to the reflector; the diffuser.
Photography » Lighting — about 7 years ago
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We’re here today to talk about shooting high quality, lit portraits with only one strobe or flash. Maybe your budget doesn’t allow you to purchase multiple lights for portraits. Maybe you have to travel light and don’t have the space for two flashes. Maybe you just want a challenge. Whatever the case is, you can produce a wide variety of lighting scenarios using a single flash.
Photography » Lighting — about 7 years ago
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In technical terms, an inverse-square law is defined as “any physical law stating that some physical quantity or strength is inversely proportional to the square of the distance from the source of that physical quantity.”
Photography » Lighting — about 7 years ago
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The qualities of a naturally lit portrait are many: the subject has a soft, flattering look, the eyes have catch-lights, the background is out of focus from the shallow depth of field and the subject looks relaxed in an un-staged environment.
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