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Photography Tutorials — Lighting

Photography » Lighting — about 7 years ago
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Reflective objects could be a real pain to photograph. In this tutorial, we explain the basic physics of light by demonstrating in a video how to create a superb image with minimalistic equipment.
Photography » Lighting — over 2 years ago
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For many pro photographers, studio lights are an essential part of kit. As a portrait photographer, I can honestly say I’d never be without them. They allow you to control the light to a finite degree and open up endless creative possibilities.
Photography » Lighting — over 6 years ago
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Landscape photography relies a lot on good lighting. Let me rephrase that… it relies on great lighting. Great lighting can be found if you know where to look, and when.
Photography » Lighting — over 6 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 — over 6 years ago
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Light and illumination are the basics of photography. The very word “photography” comes from two Greek words, phos meaning light, and graphis meaning drawing. Hence, photography can be described as “drawing with light”.
Photography » Lighting — about 7 years ago
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Watch this tutorial video to learn how to cheat Mother Nature. Create sunlit image in your studio/home environment, using the most inexpensive lighting equipment ever.
Photography » Lighting — over 6 years ago
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Learn How to photograph Shiny metal - see the difference of using household bulb vs. halogen light
Photography » Lighting — almost 8 years ago
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Getting a studio quality pure white background is harder then it sounds. Digital photo expert This tutorial demonstrates a simple two light set up that will give you great portrait lighting every time.
Photography » Lighting — almost 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 3 years ago
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No matter what kind of light you’re using – whether it’s an Elinchrom Octa, a regular soft box, or a straight, hard bulb – different parts of the beam (the edges vs. the centre) will always have different qualities.
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