Improving Your Photography and Portraits with Lighting Modifiers
Improving Your Photography and Portraits with Lighting Modifiers is an Intermediate level study on 3D + Animation, written by the author, Robert Vanelli. This study is an important base for a person who needs to get better at his/her 3D + Animation expertise. It gives you a strong understanding on Cameras + Gear, 3D + Animation, Photography, Lighting, Video, Cameras + Gear, 3D + Animation, Photography, Lighting and Video.
Are you looking for ways to improve your portrait photography? If so, this course can help by providing tips and techniques for adding style and interest to your portraits—and it all starts with lighting modifiers. In this course, instructor Robert Vanelli shares techniques for adding, removing, and shaping light using modifiers. He discusses the technical and artistic benefits of lighting modifiers, and covers lighting with umbrellas—explaining how to use umbrellas to achieve both softer and harsher looks. He also goes over lighting portraits with softboxes, working with specialty lighting modifiers such as beauty dishes and diffusers, and modifying speedlights.
- What is a lighting modifier?
- Technical and artistic benefits of lighting modifiers
- Using an umbrella to bounce light
- Lighting portraits with an umbrella
- Lighting a portrait with a softbox
- Shooting with a beauty dish
- Softening light with diffusers
- Adjusting color temperature using gels
- Lighting a portrait with a speedlight