Uploaded by Joyce Lozada on January 5, 2013 at 4:42 am
Kerry from cameradojo.com shows how use two lights for portrait shots and then adds in a reflector
Best way to get Rembrant is a single key light from the side opposite a reflector. Cross lighting techniques work wonders in making shots that look like paintings.
Nice demo of using two lights. Well spoken and presented.
It wasn’t so bad. Good for beginners. Kinda
look for yongnuo on ebay if you want a cheapie. and get a long ETTL sync cord instead of a wireless trigger to start with. if you’re working in studio, the cord is perfect- don’t get a curly cord though. trust me on that. you want a long straight cord. I bough a lastolite cord and it’s great. I suggest saving the $300 for a canon speedlite (430 ex II is great), I bought one just to try and am so glad I bought a canon because I’ll never have a studio shoot without one now.
I have 2 monitors. one calibrated for web, one for photos. the lighting is perfect in my calibrated screen, blown out on my web monitor. so it’s not the photo it’s your screen calibration (well lack of really) good tutorial.
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hi, great video, very simple but effective, could you please tell me how you are lighting the white back ground, are you using a continues light on it? and if so, what sort of light. Thanks Derek. i have subscribed because i find your videos, nice and short and to the point GREAT WORK
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what kinda lens are using also can you tell me a nice speedlight flash to buy with a pocket wizard for someone on budget that will get the job done
Thanks a lot- this helps! You have a great video and with a equipment that is very affordable.
I get it. The umbrella is gonna spread it a bit more. Great advice. thanks!
Yeah I see what you mean. They’re a great starting point. But nowadays I guess pros use a combination of the two. Although I’m told you can lose a bit of light when the umbrella reflects some whereas a softbox tends to contain it more. How do mean more forgiving in terms of angles? From the video I can see you get great results.
great clip! I guess you could achieve similar results with a softbox configuration although i guess umbrellas and speedlights are easier to manouvre.
lol @:38 are you reaching for an invisible strap lol
I didn’t even see the flash going off.
what shutter speed, aperture and ISO you used?
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Nice video one question wht size umbrella and speedlights did you use on your shoot
I think you’re right.
agree. HIghlights are a little blown?
Is that flash always on? or there’s a lamp behind it?
thank you gary for your explain, so cmiiw, one softbox and a flashlight from internal camera is enough to capture a photograph like your did in the last shot in this video, cause i’m learning to shot object in white background here…and its always over exposure…
is it same with using a couple of soft box and without reflector ? how much, is the apperture and speed setting, sorry to ask to much cause i’m newbie in study fotography 🙂
she looks like Casey Anthony.
Kerry…. wasn;t that last shot a bit overexposed? Seemed a bit hot… Maybe my monitor..
1rhett1 – you’re right.
Look at the shape of her face in 0:48.
Now look at the shot in 0:52.
whats your f/stop set at?
Ohh, thanks! 😀
Hey, im a noob at this stuff… does it require to wireless flash triggers to make them work?
The distortion from that wide angle lens is Horrible, you should know better. Shoot portraits at no less than 50-70mm. Great video though!
Do you have continuous lighting going in that left umbrella as well?
Your teaching videos are amongst the best.
This is really, super helpful! Thank you!
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