When it comes to good photography, lighting is everything.
The use of light can make or break a photo.
It’s knowing how to use hard light without making an image too harsh. Soft lighting without blur and boredom. Edges that stand out instead of blending in.
It’s the difference between one-dimensional and three-dimensional. The difference between flat and multi-faceted.
The difference between an amateur and a professional.
It’s not just about light. It’s about color, contrast, blending, shadow. The art of lighting encompasses all these things.
But it’s not as easy as it looks.
Fortunately, you can sometimes rectify lighting mistakes with photo editing software like Photoshop. But that’s no substitute for getting light perfectly the first time.
There are many decisions to be made. Should you use hard or soft lighting? How can you use natural light and shadows to their fullest potential? How can you use lighting to smooth out blemishes and imperfections?
There are no simple answers to any of these questions, and it can take even the best photographers many years to work them out for themselves.
The reality is you have to fail at lighting many times before you can succeed.
That can add up to a lot of wasted time and effort.
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The Ultimate Source For Photography Lighting Tips
In these handy videos, we offer expert photography lighting tips using three different proven techniques.
1. Hard Light
This is a popular technique for photographers who want an edgy, dramatic look.
It’s often associated with contrast, but there’s much more to this art form than that.
It’s also about drawing attention to areas you want the viewer to notice.
We’ll go beyond the basics, showing you how to use a grid light source to draw the eye where you, the artist, want it to go.
2. Soft Light
This technique is best when you’re going for an effect of soft beauty. It gently smooths out flaws and imperfections, making any subject look glamorous.
We’ll show you how to use a large, soft light source to create a flattering effect.
You’ll learn how to gently transition from highlights to shadows, and how to use open shadows effectively in your next session.
3. Lighting Black on Black
Have you ever thought of lighting a black subject against a black background?
If not, you’re missing out. When done right, this technique gives you amazing control over lighting and contrast.In this video segment, you’ll master the art of separating a black three-dimensional subject from a black background using lights.
And you will boldly go where few photographers have gone before…with success.
The World of Photography Is Yours
As you know by now, good lighting is the special ingredient, the secret sauce, to creating stunning glamour photography.
And now it’s yours.
You will be amazed at how your photography career can be transformed by this video tutorial.
No more fiddling with lighting post-production, trying to find the right filters and effects to achieve the effect you want.
Now you can get it naturally, orchestrating the shoot to make the lighting look exactly right.
This means huge savings of time, a simpler workflow, and a greater sense of satisfaction with your work.
And if you ever need a refresher, you can go back and watch any portion of the videos any time at your leisure.
The practical set-ups you learn can be used in a variety of situations to achieve almost any look for your glamour photography.
These lighting methods come to you directly from seasoned experts who have used them over and over again.
The directions go step-by-step with such clarity that anyone can follow them, regardless of your level of expertise or the kind of equipment you have.
You too will find yourself using them over and over again with consistently spectacular results.
The bundle will give you photography lighting tips to enhance your photography skills.
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