Live broncolor ‘How To’ with Karl Taylor & Urs Recher. In this Live show Karl & Urs will be demonstrating a variety of basic and advanced lighting modifiers showing their uses through practical demonstrations, culminating in a final shot with a model. Comments November 3, 2017 Log in to Reply John Dikmen Love these sessions with Karl and Urs – great synergy and teaching combination! November 4, 2017 Log in to Reply Karl Taylor Thank you. November 3, 2017 Log in to Reply John-Ross Hainey Cracking show guys!! Probably my favourite so far, so informative and at a good pase, you both work well together. Look forward to the new releases. November 4, 2017 Log in to Reply Karl Taylor Cheers John. November 5, 2017 Log in to Reply Kryn Sporry This is brilliant! I learned some new stuff in a practical way, with some engineering/technical clarification that doesn’t blow the mind. Loved the clarification of how Matt and glossy surfaces are affected by size of light and quantity of light. Also love the clarification about how hard light gives more saturated colours than soft light. It explains why people refer to “silky smooth” and “creamy” with soft light. It’s quite literally more milky. November 5, 2017 Log in to Reply satyajit mukhopadhya Thanks Karl and Urs for the explanations about the modifiers and its effect in the shoot which I think a big education for the photographers specially doing indoor photography I will definitely expect more shows like this in future Thanks again November 6, 2017 Log in to Reply Nico von Niederhäusern I wish I’ve seen this before my last shooting 🙂 Very good explanations! Thank you for all for this Live Show. November 7, 2017 Log in to Reply Karl Taylor Cheers Nico. November 6, 2017 Log in to Reply Frank Garvan a lot of information to take in , thanks I have to watch many time, to take notes really enjoy it thank again Karl &Urs great show frank garvan November 7, 2017 Log in to Reply Karl Taylor Thanks Frank. November 7, 2017 Log in to Reply Ted Eggs Sadly I missed the live show but have now caught up. It had been said before that you and Urs work so well together picking up the other’s narrative and supporting one another. The flow of knowledge from technical to creative is non stop. Much more please from the pair of you. Are you booked or plan to do any live appearances in 2018 because watching you and the team live on a stage is awesome. Cheers. November 7, 2017 Log in to Reply Karl Taylor Glad you enjoyed the show Ted. November 7, 2017 Log in to Reply Stephen Orr Hey folks I’m watching this on watch again and it is playing and jumping back a few seconds is anyone else experiencing this or just me . I generally watch on an iPad Pro. Great video by the way. November 7, 2017 Log in to Reply Karl Taylor Hi Stephen, we’ll look into that. November 8, 2017 Log in to Reply Riccardo Simbolotti Hi Stephen, I’m experiencing the same problem with iPad Pro. Moreover, sometimes, the video frame becomes completely black or the image freeze although the audio is still going on. Today, instead, no way to watch these videos, since the message ERROR LOADING PLAYER NETWORK ERROR appears. November 9, 2017 Log in to Reply Stephen Orr Yes Riccardo this has happened to me also although it is usually rectified when I go back and restart the video. Must be an iPad Pro issue. November 13, 2017 Log in to Reply Simon Rudd Thanks guys, there is so much to take on board. The balance between the creative idea and technological execution is so well addressed. Gemma and the rest of the team did a great job too! November 13, 2017 Log in to Reply Karl Taylor Thanks Simon. November 13, 2017 Log in to Reply John Thompson You guys really inspire me to to try more and more stuff, you really excite my creativity. Thanks. Urs I really get you and how you think about creativity and seeing images you think very much like me. I have always said that you can’t see an image if you don’t look. But I do find it very difficult to turn off from looking for images, intact I probably can’t. Thank you both for your brilliant tutorials. November 13, 2017 Log in to Reply Karl Taylor Thanks John, I’ll also pass your regards to Urs. Comments You must be logged in to leave a comment.