Creating the light scheme for the portrait type pictures, Actors Headshots and model portfolio portraits using the expressed light-and-shade drawing techniques, multi-source lighting set-up in the studio.
Why spend several thousand dollars for hi-end kino-flo's when you can build your own fluorescent studio lights for less than two hundred dollars?
This tutorial discusses the concepts behind 3 point lighting for portrait studio photography.
Going way back to the very basics of a one light setup to light a face. Everything in the world is a ball, a cube or a cylinder. The human face is nothing more than a ball with features. Let's look at how to light the face and background to create separation and interest with a single light source.
5 Minute Portrait Lighting Tutorial: How to Use the Main, Fill, Hair, Background, and Kicker Lights
M180 studio flash lighting kit in action with different setup to give you some interesting portraits.
Using the smick.co.uk 120cm octagonal softbox Gavin Hoey shows how by just using this one softbox and a 400Ws studio flash head, a 300Ws would do the same, for his studio lighting setup to produce some quality portraits.
We will show you how to make a backdrop holder you can put on the wall that takes up very little space. Also, you will see how to control your window light and even how to make lights at home. Finally, we will show you how to set up these lights for a 2 light video interview.
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