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Posted 05/25/21
Join Peter Hurley in his photo studio as he shows you how to light a headshot using speedlights and strobes. Do you have a preference for speedlights or strobes? Tell us about your own lighting setup in the Comments, below. Want to learn more from Peter Hurley? Watch the rest of the episodes in this series: Part 1: Natural & Continuous Lighting for Headshots Part 3: Directing & Posing for Headshots Part 4: Camera Gear & Settings for Headshots Part 5: Post Shoot Workflow for Headshots
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Posted 10/23/20
Steve Giralt shares his tips on how to upgrade your beverage photos and videos, from lighting techniques to food styling. Watch this video, then tell us about your own food photography tips and tricks in the Comments, below. Similar tutorials: How to Make Fake Ice Cream for Food Photography Product Photography at Home: Beginner to Advanced Photography Tips: 3 Quick Tips Splash Photography at Home: Photo Shoot and Photoshop Tutorial Focus Stacking for Product Photography: From Photo Shoot to Photoshop Food Videos at Home: How to Make a Recipe Video for Social Media
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Posted 02/04/20
In this video, we discuss working with multiple strobe lights together. David Flores shows you two-point lighting, how to substitute a secondary light source, the difference between a key light and fill light, and lighting ratios when using studio strobe lights. We hope you've enjoyed this series on studio strobe lighting for beginners! Need help picking out a strobe light? Click here For more videos from the 'Strobe Lighting' Series, click here!
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Posted 01/28/20
Which light modifier is right for you? David Flores continues our strobe lighting series by demonstrating the different types of light modifiers, such as bounced light, softboxes, umbrellas, beauty dishes, grids, colored gels, and snoots. These strobist photography techniques will take your studio lighting to new dimensions! Need help picking out a strobe light? Click here For more videos from the 'Strobe Lighting' Series, click here!
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Posted 01/21/20
In this lighting tutorial, David Flores shows you indoor and outdoor studio lighting setups for portrait photography. You'll also learn strobist photography techniques, such as camera settings to balance studio strobe light with ambient light. Need help picking out a strobe light? Click here For more videos from the 'Strobe Lighting' Series, click here!
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Posted 01/14/20
In this video, we teach you how to balance flash and camera settings, how to trigger wireless studio strobes, and more. We also answer the questions: Do you need a DSLR or mirrorless camera? Does your camera have a sync port or a hot shoe? Do you need a wire to sync, or can you use a wireless sync system and remote trigger? How do you know when your camera is synced to your strobe light? What is the difference between TTL and manual? What is HSS? Need help picking out a strobe light? For more videos from the 'Strobe Lighting' Series, click here!
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Posted 01/07/20
David Flores shows you studio strobe basics, like types of studio strobes, watt seconds, lighting settings, and when to use strobe lights. What's the difference between pack and head, monolight, and battery powered strobe lights? Keep watching to learn more studio lighting for beginners! Click here for the full series (new episodes every Tuesday)! For more videos from the 'Strobe Lighting' Series, click here!
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Posted 08/28/19
The Profoto A1X is the off-camera flash that features higher battery capacity, shorter recycling time—and it's compatible with Sony gear! In this video, photographer David Flores takes you through some real-world use of this powerful little flash, in-studio and outdoors, on camera and off, and with some of the available modifiers. To find out what Flores thinks and, to see some results, check out the full video! Watch our review of the Profoto Connect remote.
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Posted 09/11/14
Watch as Washington, DC-based photographer Tim Cooper as he explains the value of High Dynamic Range (HDR) photography in practical, everyday applications. Cooper walks us through the process, step by step, for measuring the brightest and darkest areas of a photograph and then taking a series of bracketed photographs that can be combined in HDR to compress the dynamic range and render a beautifully exposed image.
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Posted 03/13/12
This presentation not only describes the myriad choices available, but also provide you insight on composition as well.
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