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The “Headshot Station” (1:34)

The “Headshot Station”
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Consistent headshots for large crowds made possible with the “Headshot Station”. Watch Gustavo in action and see how this option can drive traffic to your booth at conferences or trade shows.

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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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One Speedlight For 5 Male Portrait Lighting Setups  (9:59)

One Speedlight For 5 Male Portrait Lighting Setups
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Learn five simple lighting setups using just one light and some helpers. Whether you are shooting on location or in the studio, these will work great! A simple umbrella, some cheap cardboard(s), and a speedlight will do. If you fancy an upgrade, get large white panels acting as a v-flat.

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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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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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Headshot Lighting on the Cheap! (3:08)

Headshot Lighting on the Cheap!
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You don’t have $5,000 to spend on a Kino Flo lighting setup. In this video, Pye Jirsa from SLR Lounge will show you how to create a ‘Peter Hurley Style Square Lighting Look,’ with just a strobe and some reflectors.

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