Back with yet another project for all you do-it-yourselfers, Griffin Hammond of Indy Mogoul has come up with an updated version of a prior video lighting build, expanding upon his first design, while increasing the unit’s overall performance in the process.
Continuing on with his fantastic series of tutorials and lighting on location insights, Jay P. Morgan of The Slanted Lens now turns his attention to combining strobes and natural light, using the elements of the environment to his advantage in this particular shoot, in which he captures both motion and stills in the video above.
Getting the Most Out Of Canon Speedlites – A Free 1 Hour and 43 Minute Educational Presentation by Syl Arena
Carrying on B&H’s tradition of sharing incredibly informative educational pieces specifically tailored to evolving your photographic know-how comes another free lesson in lighting, tackling the ins-and-outs of familiarizing yourself with Canon Speedlites.
Industry vet and award winning music video, commercial, and short film director and cinematographer, Tom Antos, is back with another video tutorial, with the ever-present goal of boasting your production values, while giving insight on the techniques he has learned throughout his career.
Today, as part of indymogul’s Awesome Director Month, Antos details the lighting set-up used for a mock-up movie trailer, coupled with the pre-production steps practiced, all aimed at creating a cinematic look shown above.
Continuing on the foundation of his first lighting on location tutorial, Jay P. Morgan of The Slanted Lens builds upon the use of reflectors as the sole means of light control outdoors. In this tutorial, Morgan incorporates the one strobe method combined with reflectors to produce an improved image with more versatility in any lighting condition. Take a look above.
As with all of his Digital Photography One on One video episodes, Mark Wallace of SnapFactory answers some of the most frequently asked photography questions for Adorama TV and provides some real world advice from a working professional.
Today, Wallace tackles the pesky issue of dealing with flash reflections in eye-wear – quite a problematic issue under certain conditions and troublesome to deal with if particular rules are not followed. Take a look at tips to master the “angle of incidence” and “angle of reflection” to help better your portraits sessions with spectacle-wearing individuals above.
Here with their third and final video lighting tutorial in a series created for the readers of Philip Bloom’s blog, Eve Hazelton and the team at Realm Pictures tackle the techniques used for creating a believable green screen shot, including:
For the second “How to” of the day, Jay P. Morgan of The Slanted Lens is up to his usual tricks, creating some of the more informative photography tutorials you’ll see, while applying the lessons to the real world environment.
Professional NYC portrait photographer, Ed Verosky of about-photography.com, has created an insightful tutorial for photographers who may be new to the world of studio portraiture. Through the use of 3D modeling to recreate a particular shoot, Verosky easily conveys how to set-up a one light system, creating a basic but classic and dramatic style of portraiture. Take a look above: