So often when discussing the three point lighting basics we place the key light (the brightest and most important light) to our subject’s front and offset by 30-45 degrees. But a lot of interesting and naturalistic compositions can be obtained by moving the key further to the side or even behind the subject.Read More
OliviaTech demonstrates how a simple DJ Pinspot LED Light and some cheap outdoor flood lights plugged into a surge protector and connected to a Router Speed Controller gave us the ability to create dynamic lighting for an artist performance.
Melanie Mann meticulously breaks down the lighting set up of extraordinary photographs taken by such extraordinary photographers as: Annie Leibovitz, Patrick Ecclesine, Jill Greenberg, Dave Hill, and Martin Schoeller.Read More
The Oregon Filmmaker, Tim Cash, demonstrates how to make a light board to spice up your backgrounds using a peg board and those Christmas Lights you’ve hopefully taken down off the house by now…Read More