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Photography Tutorials — Lighting

Photography » Lighting — almost 4 years ago
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The black background also presents its own set of challenges, since every edge and contour of the bottle must be defined well enough to stand out from it. Grimm has a light reflecting softly off of the background itself to make it “glow,” as well as a light specifically aimed to glint off the cap of the bottle.
Photography » Lighting — almost 4 years ago
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There is a wide variety of imagery in this book, 50 to be exact shot both indoors and out, ranging from lifestyle, to beauty, to sports, to fashion, to portraits, to commercial work, so all photographers can benefit from the demonstrated techniques. Anyone looking to make the move from amateur to professional will find this an invaluable resource.
Photography » Lighting — almost 4 years ago
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If you’ve ever tried to use a flash while still making use of practical light sources (e.g. lamps, sunlight, etc.), you probably know how frustrating it can be to get the exposure just right. Unless you know how to adjust your camera settings and your strobes systematically, it can feel like a lot of guess work.
Photography » Lighting — almost 4 years ago
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This is a comprehensive suite of presets for Lightroom users designed to drastically improve workflows for processing and editing landscape photos. While there are other systems of workflow presets available for Lightroom users, Landscape Legend was created specifically with landscape photos in mind.
Photography » Lighting — almost 4 years ago
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Taylor prefers the quality of light he gets from using Broncolor’s parabolic reflectors. These deep, umbrella-like light modifiers are versatile. The light can be focused at varied distances from the reflector to achieve different effects. For example, when the light rod is fully extended only the outer edges of the modifier throw off light.
Photography » Lighting — almost 4 years ago
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The setting for McNally’s photo was an old sewing shop on a narrow street in Guanajuato, Mexico. To light his model, he hung a white sheet from the doorway and positioned a light on a C-stand with a mini boom. He projected the bare flash through the sheet from across the one-lane road. The flash was powered by an Elinchrom Ranger RX battery pack and triggered with a PocketWizard Plus III Transceiver from inside the shop.
Photography » Lighting — almost 4 years ago
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An effective workflow is one that is flexible, efficient, and accurate as it works towards the goal of realizing the photographer’s vision for a particular photograph. To that end, Rodriguez offers three principles that guide his own workflow process.
Photography » Lighting — almost 4 years ago
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At the most general level, photographing light trails means locating a place where you can capture some type of light that will be seen over time. Some examples of light trails are the beams of light created by moving cars or those created by stars in the night sky. In general, capturing light trails entails securing your digital camera, setting a long exposure time, and shooting when the light source will be moving in order to create the trail of light.
Photography » Lighting — almost 4 years ago
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With the millions of product photos floating around television and the Internet, it’s easy for one product photographer’s carefully-crafted work to get lost in the masses of other images. Simply put—it’s hard to get your work to stand out.
Photography » Lighting — almost 4 years ago
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Star Effects from Topaz is designed to help you bring out the best of any light sources in your photograph. With a variety of fully-customizable effect options for modifying sources of light, you can easily add a creative or dramatic flare to lights or reflective surfaces to draw attention.
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