Harness the power of artificial light in an amusing manner
How much ever we love shooting in natural light, the sad part is we cannot control it. If you rely on natural light to create a specific look in your photographs, there’s always a possibility you’ll be let down. This is where get a need to understanding flash.
As I said, Luckily, we have artificial light to the rescue! Flash photography techniques can be relied on to create a series of images with a consistent look while controlling the intensity levels. This will enable you to choose the exposure settings that worked best for your desired composition
But why does understanding flash have to be so hard?
Thanks to our partners – the creator of the hotseller Lighting Asylum Video – Master Your Flash. They have come up with a flash photography techniques tutorial which is designed to teach you what you need to know about lighting a portrait with flash.
Why should I buy this?
This understanding flash video tutorial features Corbin Maki, an attractive and talented young photographer who presents everything you need to know about flash photography…Well, atleast enough to start an addiction to artificial lighting.
The video starts with how you can shoot photos like your favorite photographer with the right knowledge of your own equipment. The real skill lies in knowing how to use your own equipment to the fullest. Once you master that, you can concentrate on the next important bit – Composition, Color and Lighting. You may have followed the rules but here you will learn to bend the rules and use them to your advantage.
She will teach you how the amount of light decides the exposure, direction of light sets the mood, the color of light creates the feel and much more. Lighting is what differentiates the beginner from an expert. So, learn to be an expert and gear up to take amazing photos.
What will you Learn?
- Aperture – Control the light on your subject
- Shutter Speed – Manage the ambient light
- Flash Power – Gain or lose stops of light with just your flash
- Flash to subject distance – Set your lights
- ISO – Stop fearing ISO