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Whether you're photographing portraits, outdoor architecture, or indoor architecture, Kevin Ames shares his techniques for using continuous lighting. You will not only understand how to properly expose your photos, but how to do so creatively. 0:00 - In This Session 2:01 - Use Light to Direct Attention 4:06 - Setting Up Luxli Timpani 6:32 - Use Light to Direct Attention, Continued 9:42 - Anatomy of Continuous Light 14:25 - Exposure Basics and Creativity 28:30 - Continuous Light on Location 37:01 - Continuous Light in Studio 41:34 - Q&A
Like other products in Godox's KNOWLED series, the P600Bi Bi-Color LED Panel Light provides quality, affordability, and portability for your film or broadcast production. Follow along as we take this panel light out for a spin.
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For the longest time, the differences in weight, size, power, and recycling times between speedlights and monolights were glaring, but this is no longer the case. Technologically, speedlights and monolights have become increasingly sophisticated, most notably in their respective TTL and wireless capabilities. At the same time, smaller and lighter monolights
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Used worldwide on a variety of productions, ARRI’s impressive stable of pro lights includes the modular, versatile Orbiter series, the SkyPanel line, the L-Series LED Fresnels, and the M-Series of HMIs. These made-in-Germany fixtures excel in uses including film and television production, live broadcast and theater use, photography, and the latest virtual reality applications. Orbiter Versatility Orbiter With its modular design, the
Sony Artisan Scott Robert Lim demonstrates why he uses continuous light over flash photography. This photography seminar will cover portrait photography tips such as optimal camera settings and photography lighting setups in a variety of situations. Sponsored by Light & Motion More portrait photography webinars - Continuous Lighting for Celebrity Portraiture with Mark Mann
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Join renowned celebrity portrait photographer Mark Mann for an informative workshop in association with Rotolight! Mann discusses his choices for photography studio lighting, continuous lighting, and shows you his portrait-lighting techniques. Mark Mann is an accomplished photographer with a wealth of experience shooting for high profile magazines like Esquire, CNET, and Deadline, Mann has captured some of the world’s most famous faces including Martin Freeman, Barack Obama, and Martin Scorsese. Sponsored by Rotolight.