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Photographic lighting

Discover the power of professional photographic lighting to take your photos to the next level. Learn the techniques and equipment needed to create stunning, well-lit images that will impress your viewers.
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Portrait Lighting Patterns: Split, Loop, Rembrandt, Butterfly - Classic - Basic - How to photograph - Caryn Esplin

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I've been reading photographers' discussions on various external strobe accessories. I had these tests done some years back for my textbook, "Photojournalism: The Professionals' Approach." From top to bottom, the Indoor/Outdoor comparisons are for: Direct Flash Bouncing the strobe off a ceiling Lumiquest Omnidome Through an umbrella Off an umbrella Through a softbox Outdoors or in a large ballroom or gymnasium, all the accessories work less well at softening shadows. The scattered light rays…

Six Reasons Why Your Light Is Not Right | Fstoppers Overhead Photography, Photography Lighting Techniques, Photography Lighting Setup, Portrait Lighting, Flash Photography, Photography Camera, Photoshop Photography, Photography Tutorials, Light Photography

We’ve all been there, stuck with bad light and fresh out of ideas. I may spend up to an hour pre-lighting before a model or subject steps onto set, I work out the kinks and make sure everything is how it should be. But, despite my best efforts to make it right, every now and then I run out of time and have to wing it. We all have our “go to” lighting scenarios, but when you’re

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Last time we covered basic three point lighting and that yielded an entirely decent head and shoulders portrait. With a neutral background three point lighting works great and it’s a basic setup that’s been working in photography for decades. Today I want to amp up the power a little...you know how I love lighting power. If I hit the test switch and the lights dim across town from the power drain, you know that’s going to be a fun shoot! There’s also method to the madness as today I want to…