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Expert aerial street photographer Natalie Amrossi (also known as Misshattan) tries her hand at taking headshots, with the help of Peter Hurley. Join them in this all-new series, Show Me the Ropes! 0:00 - In This Video 1:18 - Setup 1 8:40 - Setup 2 14:23 - What's Next? Amrossi will be at this year’s B&H Bild Expo, on September 6 and 7, at the Javits Center, in New York. Learn more and RSVP.
In Part 2 of this four-part series, Sony Artisan of Imagery Tony Gale teaches you the basics of creating portraits in a studio setting. 0:00 - Introduction 5:40 - Studios: What to Know About Studios 13:38 - Planning & Gear 21:14 - Lighting 27:28 - Controlling the Background 35:55 - Controlling the Light 45:54 - Studios that You Can Rent with Props and Sets 45:53 - Final Thoughts Watch Part 1: The Portrait Series Part 1:
Are you planning to photograph jewelry on a model, but feel intimidated by the shine? FUJIFILM X CREATOR @Shotti NYC demonstrates how easy it is to capture these reflective objects while also posing your model. 0:00 - Introduction 0:22 - Lighting 2:09 - Camera and Lens 3:01 - Settings 3:20 - Natural Lighting Tips 3:46 - Types of Metallic Jewelry Colors 4:23 - Posing 5:02 - Final Thoughts Did you find these tips helpful? Do you have any of your own you wish to share? Talk to us in the Comments section, below. Sponsored by
Join Sophia Elizabeth as she goes in-depth to equip photographers with basic photographic concepts that will optimize their studio lighting techniques and allow them to produce better quality images. She discusses light modifiers, light positioning, camera settings, and portrait lenses. 0:00 - Introduction 3:15 - Different Types of Light Modifiers 4:14 - Standard Reflector 5:26 - Beauty Dish 7:17 - Soft Box 10:06 - V-flats 13:18 - Gels 18:55 - Grids 23:42 - Q&As on Modifiers 25:17 - 1-, 2-, and 3-Light Setups 29:42 - Camera Settings 33:08
Watch and learn as Jason Buff uses different lighting and camera techniques to combine the best of both worlds—cinematic and photographic techniques—and create dramatic images. He will also discuss the use and capabilities of constant lighting mixed with flash to achieve different looks. 0:00 - Introduction 3:54 – Buff’s Background 6:53 - How Photography is Used as Storytelling 12:33 - Lighting 21:56 - Color 26:53 - Images that Tell a Story 27:38 - Colored Lights and Gels 39:21 - How a Story Emerges from the Images 43:57 - How to Direct the
Inspired by Edward Hopper, Tracy Bosworth Page aims to capture the essence of solitude with a vintage feel in these portraits. As she uses one continuous light on her model, she walks you through the entire photo-shoot process. In your own solitude, has your photography been inspired by a famous painter? Tell us how, just below. 0:00 - Introduction 0:39 - About Tracy's Work 6:52 - Planning the Photoshoot 18:30 - Demo 44:43 - Q&A (Post Processing, Settings, Directing) 1:06:02 - Final Thoughts Sponsored by
Professional photographer Joe Edelman walks through the portrait lighting setups he's used during his creative photo shoots, including how to use color gels for lighting. Want to know more about planning a portrait photo shoot? Watch this video. Do you have any tips of your own to share? Do it, in the Comments section. Click here to watch Part 1!
Joe Edelman believes that portraits don't need to be basic or traditional; they can be very creative. Watch this video and learn how to come up with creative photography ideas, how to plan your photo shoot, how to collaborate with your model, and more! How do you find photo inspiration? Do you study the portraiture of the great masters? Do you have a muse? Use the Comments section to discuss. Click here
Brandi Nicole shares five creative photography ideas for using the Nanlite Pavotube II 30X Lighting Kit. Go behind the scenes in her home studio and learn how to use these RGBWW LED tube lights. We hope these portrait photography tips inspire you to try your own photo shoot at home. How do you get creative with your photography lighting? Tell us, in the Comments section.
Peter Hurley discusses his gear setup and camera settings for headshot photography. He offers advice about what to look for in a camera lens, as well as how to balance ISO, aperture, and shutter speed settings for optimal results. What gear and settings do you use for your own headshot photography? Engage us in conversation in the Comments, below. Want to learn more from Peter Hurley? Watch the rest of the episodes in this series:
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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.
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Join legendary photographer and lighting expert Gary Fong as he shows us how to create dramatic lighting effects, anywhere or anytime, using on and off-camera flash and modifiers in conjunction with High-Speed-Sync to completely control, mix, and shape your portrait photography. Among the techniques covered are: how to create blue skies on a cloudy day, how to create dramatic black-and-white portraiture in broad daylight; how to turn an ugly background into a spectacularly dramatic background. We hope you enjoy the video, and invite you to