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Are you afraid to use lighting on location? Join photographer JC as he teaches his “From Fear to Flash” class. You’ll learn to get great results from small strobes to give you dynamic images without carrying an entire studio with you. 0:00 - Introduction 1:09 - JC's Background 4:00 - JC's Gear List 6:16 - Why Westcott? 7:10 - Why Add Light? 8:35 - The Results of Using Small Strobes 13:01 - Why Small Strobes? 14:36 - Overcoming the Struggles from Using Strobes 18:24 - Light Placement 20:32 - Pick Your Spots 28:37 - Small Strobes Tips 39:29 -
In the final installment of this four-part Introduction to Photography series, Sony Artisan of Imagery Tony Gale breaks down various sources of lighting, from natural light to LEDs to strobes. 0:00 - Introduction 5:07 - Understanding Lighting 11:06 - Quantity and Quality of Light 12:20 - Color of Light 14:20 - Natural Light 23:24 - Available Light 28:48 - Constant Light 33:07 - Speed Lights/Flash 41:07 - Controlling Light 46:17 - Balancing Strobe and Constant Light 48:39 - Q&A Watch Parts 1–3 here: -
Did you know that using just one or two small strobe lights can lead to amazing portraits? JC Carey, from Westcott, discusses the ways he uses the FJ80 and FJ200 to shape lighting during outdoor photo shoots. Have you used strobes to augment outdoor lighting? How did it go? Tell us about it in the Comments section, below! Sponsored by
Camera lenses, strobes, and light modifiers are all a part of taking dynamic sports portraits. In this B&H Online Video, photographer Matt Hernandez shares 5 tips for creating great sports portraiture. Are you a sports photographer? How will you apply Hernandez’s portrait tips? Leave a comment below.
In this, Part 4 of the Basics of Photography, Tony Gale joins us to teach photography lighting for beginners, which will work in a variety of situations, such as portrait, commercial, and food photography. Be sure to click on the links and watch the other Parts of this series! Part 1: Photography 101: Cameras & Lenses - The Basics of Photography
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Creating portraits on location can open up all kinds of opportunities for creativity but can also come with its own challenges. Sony Artisan of Imagery Tony Gale discusses how he approaches those challenges while shooting on location. Topics in this tutorial include environmental portraiture, outdoor versus studio portrait photography, scouting out a location, outdoor lighting techniques, and more. Sponsored by Sony
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In the following video, videographer Chase Kubasiak shows us how to capture the appearance of floating in water without breaking the bank. Kubasiak meets with photographer Melissa Morley, who has perfected this technique for her own work, and asks her to walk us through the process. Morley and Kubasiak describe the tools and materials you may need, as well as any post-production that needs to be done to complete the shot, by performing their own shoot for you to watch. We hope you enjoy the video, and invite you to view the wide selection of
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In the ever-developing cinematography, broadcast, video, and still photography markets, there has been increasing demand for high-performance, affordable lighting solutions. Aladdin has developed a breakthrough technology, and integrated it into products that finally meet those demands. Emmy Award Winning Lighting Designer Jeff Hamel shares his extensive knowledge of lighting as he takes you through the many diverse lighting scenarios that you will encounter every day. An in-depth technical review of the Aladdin LED product line featuring the
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Jesús Padilla, uno de los fotógrafos de boda, moda y retrato más respetado de México, visita nuestro local de eventos de B&H en Nueva York para unas series de seminarios. En la presentación, Jesus compartirá sus secretos de iluminación usando flash, iluminación continua y luz natural. Con una lección final sobre post-producción. El seminario será presentado completamente en español.