Portrait Photography For Everyone by Monte Zucker

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Monte Zucker teaches simple lighting patterns to make quality predictable portraits using one lighting pattern, two poses and three camera positions. He demonstrates this with both studio and window light.

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William Serrato says:

Monte, I just read you went to rest, I miss you! tanks for all you taught me. rest in peace.

BonusVideoView says:

Very nice! Helpful photo info. Please subscribe to my channel for more great tips and videos.

Greg Timmis says:

Hi there, my comment was just a joke, the whole thing looks dark and muddy on my screen, but I reckon it’s just the video. I was lucky enough to do some work with the late Monte Zucker way back in the 90’s, I learned loads, he was a master with the lighting, so I’m guessing it’s just a dark video?

MortenBN1988 says:

He is exposing for highlights, but is still to dark overall. The model doesn’t stand out from the background. Especially his hair almost blends together with the background. I think the photo could use some overall brightness, or a flash/light behind the model to sharpen the edges around him.
But it could be the video that’s dark and not the photo? 🙂

Greg Timmis says:

Because he is exposing for the highlights!!

MortenBN1988 says:

He is a great photographer, but i think this portrait is under exposed too much.

lamyeechiu says:

great video. Mr Zucker talked about the lighting ratio of main light, hair light and background light. how about the light that is 45 degree behind?

healthpimp says:

WEll DONE!

vsolomito says:

very niely done. thank you

getthepicturetv1 says:

The Great Monte! I took his workshop 4 times each time I learned something new. I saw him in seminars about 7 times starting in 1976 at the Playboy club in Sparta N.J. for the PPNJ

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