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Visualize, Setup & Read Light  (12:42)

Visualize, Setup & Read Light
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Join Emily Teague for three quick tips that will help you visualize and understand artificial lighting. Emily demonstrates important fundamentals, shows which shadows are created depending on the angle of your light, and teaches you how to analyze catchlights to understand other photographers’ lighting setups.

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Master 5 Primary Lighting Patterns  (8:45)

Master 5 Primary Lighting Patterns
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Pye explains to you the five primary key light patterns and the ‘Why’ (= purpose) behind each of them. Get a rundown on five different key light positions for portraiture, using a beauty dish studio lighting. Also, learn how fill-in light considerably changes the visibility of each single sight pattern.

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Pt. 3: Common Light Modifiers (9:39)

Pt. 3: Common Light Modifiers
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Light Modifiers are an extremely important ingredient in successful studio portrait photography. Cam compares and explains the pros and cons of the most common modifiers used in the studio.

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3-Light Studio Portraits Setup (7:35)

3-Light Studio Portraits Setup
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Eli Infante demonstrates his 3-Light Setup techniques. You will get to follow a complete rundown on what impact each of the employed lights will have. Function, light output, and the impact on the final image.

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Understanding Portrait Lenses (8:19)

Understanding Portrait Lenses
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Mark Wallace demonstrates the differences between wide-angle and telephoto lenses for portrait photography. This video debunks the myth that wide-angle lenses distort faces, shows why you should use longer zoom lenses in the studio, even if it’s a tiny place.

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Studio Lighting: Men vs Women (01:11:54)

Studio Lighting: Men vs Women
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While every subject that sits for you is and should be treated as an individual, specific “beauty standards” can help guide your subject’s lighting. Join Daniel Norton OnSet to show you how to create masculine and feminine lighting and how and why to use them on various subjects.

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