Posts Tagged ‘studio lighting’

8 Tips For Reigniting Your Photography Passion

Tweet It happens to all of us at some point, that camera gets heavier and heavier, life gets busy and one day you realize it’s been a month since you’ve taken any pictures. In my experience creative jobs tend to have a higher burnout factor due to the constant need for finding new ways to [...]


Basic Five Point Studio Lighting

Tweet For this article I needed a studio and the assistance of a full time studio photographer, so I turned to Karl Leopold at imagesforever.net down in Melbourne Beach, FL. Karl was gracious enough to help out with this article and lend his expertise. Last time we covered basic three point studio lighting today we’re [...]


Basic Three Point Studio Lighting

Tweet For this article I needed a studio and the assistance of a full time studio photographer, so I turned to local professional Karl Leopold at ImagesForever.net down in Melbourne Beach, FL. Karl was gracious enough to help out with this article and lend his expertise. Three point lighting is one of the basics of [...]


Studio Lighting

Tweet Stepping into the studio for the first time can be a bit overwhelming for even the most seasoned on-location photographer. The studio has all sorts of mystique about it. It’s a bit like a hi-tech laboratory for photographs. Everything is supposed to be sanitary and perfect. Nothing in the studio is left to chance; [...]


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