Photography Lighting & Equipment Tips : How to Position Lights for Photography

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Tags: , Lighting, Lights, , Position,


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  2. BeerGogglesReviews

    Could you all take a look at my review videos and tell me what lighting I need and where to put it?

  3. zarolhovski

    well done !

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  7. tnphotograph

    thanx u

  8. TruthAndMoreTruth

    Using a key light off to one side is commonly referred to as rembrandt lighting.
    Using a light in the center, high up pointing down at the model is commonly referred to as butterfly lighting.

  9. royalsteven

    I always used a softbox and strong light in the studio. Love softboxes. Experimenting in the studio at school was such fun. I am no longer doing studio photography but more outside and abstract stuff.


    I agree. In my experience, as time passes, more families and couples are comfortable with women than men taking their portraits. More models are turning to smart and savvy women who they feel better understand the emotional challenges of being in front of the camera. Women may have been held back in certain cases, but today, they have a lot of opportunity (here, anyway; can’t speak for certain nations around the globe)

  11. sinw55

    she is beautiful!

  12. sixtypixies

    This is exactly what I needed; thank you!

  13. takingmypicture

    very helpful thanks

  14. xmazzaaa

    Tank you!!

  15. TVlesliearnelle

    very helpful…thank u :)

  16. tweetyrocks818

    thanks it hellped alot :-) 

  17. unique5565

    Thats cool.. Lights are so expensive

  18. noojra

    Very Informative, I learned alot


  19. mibemsa

    yey a woman photographer

  20. stewartx5

    proteus111 > “Photography remains opressed.”

    Are you kidding? Woman have been involved in photography since very beginning. Julia Cameron, in the mid-1800’s, pioneered many of the portrait styles used today, such as soft focus with close cropping. Margaret Bourke-White covered battles in Europe & Battle of Moscow for Life magazine during WWII. Dorothea Lange’s photos of the Great Depression still grace national museums. Just like those woman years ago, nobody is stopping women today.

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  22. bigspagetti

    you bet, she that hot …and that is because she is so feminine real woman, real curves, curly hair…just lovely

  23. respect2brespected

    i wanna marry this chick lol she turns me on sumhow

  24. reformedman

    excellent, please do more. Could you please set up with actual distances and show your numbers (shutter and fstops) and the relation to a reference flash-guide number.
    I would really like to be able to take any one of my flashes, set it up to a guide power output and have a solid shutter/fstop number that will always work without fail.
    Is this possible?

  25. bussiness4

    Nice video thanks.

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