Lighting7 Videos

Ball of Light Master Class

This ball of light masterclass is presented by Denis Smithall as he shares the many tip and tricks to help you improve your light painting skills. Check out www.balloflight.com.au Lots of his images on Flickr. Heres a tutorial on the technique on 500px

LOW LIGHT PHOTOGRAPHY – Taking BETTER shots in BAD conditions.

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Three Light Setup with Special Effects Lighting

This is a simple setup that creates a dramatic lighting effect. They also review different flog fluids and show the results and the “Hang Time” for the fog.

Episode 0058: Interview with Troy Paiva, Night Photographer

Troy Paiva has explored the abandoned underbelly of America since the 1970s, wandering the deserted back roads of the American Southwest. In 1989 he decided to start taking photos of this wanderings and developed his own style of “Light Painting” against a full moon and abandoned homes and vehicles. In this video Troy talks about light […]

Portrait Lighting for Photography and Video

This video will teach you the basics explaining several lighting positions that photographers have developed over the years. George Hurrell, who used tungsten to shoot stars, used these lighting positions. Learn to identify what a butterfly or Rembrandt light is. Knowing these and where the light should be placed to create them, will help you […]

Photography Technique: The Invisible Black Background

This is a great technique, shooting a portrait in mid day and creating a black background. Stop it down and power up  the light and you’ve got a wonderful portrait shot in the middle of the day. His settings were 100 ISO and 1/250 at f/16