If you’re looking to learn more about how to light portraits then you might find this Portrait Lighting Setup poster to be helpful. It contains 24 different portrait lighting setups using a variety of lighting gear and lighting patterns. Click the image to see it up large. Also check out some of the further reading …

If you’re looking to learn more about how to light portraits then you might find this Portrait Lighting Setup poster to be helpful. It contains 24 different portrait lighting setups using a variety of lighting gear and lighting patterns. Click the image to see it up large. Also check out some of the further reading …

1. Cyan, 2. Stripbox Grid Full CTO, 3. Blue, 4. Softbox Cyan, 5. Magenta. Using five light sources each of them with some gels.

1. Cyan, 2. Stripbox Grid Full CTO, 3. Blue, 4. Softbox Cyan, 5. Magenta. Using five light sources each of them with some gels.

Let me preface this post by saying I am by no means an expert at using  flash. I know people who will use it during the day, or can light a scene  in the pitch black using one speedlight and an umbrella, or use several as  slaves and masters (?!)  I am not this person.   I only dig the speed

Let me preface this post by saying I am by no means an expert at using flash. I know people who will use it during the day, or can light a scene in the pitch black using one speedlight and an umbrella, or use several as slaves and masters (?!) I am not this person. I only dig the speed

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