22. Rim lighting with a single light Create dramatic but beautifully soft rim lighting with this clever technique giving incredible results. Comments June 30, 2017 Log in to Reply Anthony Scott How do you guys think of this stuff? Super creative set up. June 30, 2017 Log in to Reply Karl Taylor Hi Anthony between us we have 40 years of studio lighting experience from training other pros to working on big brand advertising campaigns. As always for me it’s about finding a solution and that starts with understanding what is possible through a knowledge of lighting and the principles of light itself, such as in chapeter 1 of this particular course. I’m glad you are discovering new things to try, that’s always our aim as educators. July 4, 2017 Log in to Reply Pradeep Somanahalli I agree with Anthony..Really creative stuff.. July 4, 2017 Log in to Reply Chick Piper Wonderful lesson on light wrap around. July 6, 2017 Log in to Reply NUNO PIRES Simply wonderful, like always. I’m very glad to take the right decision, sign up this education photography program. July 6, 2017 Log in to Reply Karl Taylor Thank you Nuno. July 20, 2017 Log in to Reply MizUniverse Evie is so pretty! Loved this set up and trying it this week! August 4, 2017 Log in to Reply Frederik Tennholt Superb presentation. August 5, 2017 Log in to Reply paul hepworth Thanks Karl and Frederik well explained and you both make it look so easy practice time now August 18, 2017 Log in to Reply Jonathan Ramasamy Wow .. am also extremely pleased I have signed up for these lessons. Really great teaching Karl. Concise, clear and simple .. keep up the superb job! August 19, 2017 Log in to Reply Karl Taylor Thank you Jonathan August 28, 2017 Log in to Reply Andy Blanco how much knowledge for $14 a month!!!!! simple stuff can make a huuuuuuuuuge difference …… September 1, 2017 Log in to Reply Karl Taylor Hi Andy, glad you feel that way. We believe it too and want to make it even better which we can only do as we grow our membership so please tell the world your thoughts! 🙂 September 1, 2017 Log in to Reply Andrea Consolandi …next week I ‘ll try a similar scheme for a pregnant friend of mine. In this days I make the preparations, like cut the olyboard , the window mask ,stands and finally some tests before!… I m so motivated! I hope I’ ll be able to show you some decent results thank you Karl! September 2, 2017 Log in to Reply Karl Taylor Thank you Andrea, glad you are feeling inspired! October 3, 2017 Log in to Reply ajay kumar Thanks sir ‘wonderful lighting setup’ Really great teaching October 17, 2017 Log in to Reply Geoff Guthro I’m definitely getting what I’m paying for!!! I love this setup and and look. I can’t wait to experiment. Very inspiring!! October 20, 2017 Log in to Reply 可 方 These lessons worth at least 1000 dollars back in the days. Thanks Karl for making it affordable. October 20, 2017 Log in to Reply Karl Taylor Thank you 🙂 October 22, 2017 Log in to Reply Charles Zablan Really brilliant stuff Karl, thank you guys for doing this! Cant wait to apply all that ive learned to my repertoire! October 25, 2017 Log in to Reply Bob Naegele best money I’ve ever spent on photography… this stuff is outstanding. You guys articulating the thought process is extremely helpful, too. The “what if I were to do this” stuff… October 26, 2017 Log in to Reply Karl Taylor Cheers Bob. October 29, 2017 Log in to Reply sastri prasad simple and yet very effective lighting set up and it shows how you can turn a single light can do as main and fill in light and of course by using a reflector. this shows how you should understand the positioning of light and inverse square of law. Thanks Mr.Karl for your superb teaching and simple explanation. October 31, 2017 Log in to Reply Karl Taylor Thank you Sastri. October 30, 2017 Log in to Reply Syed Shah Thanks karl. Just signed up. Amazing site. It’s almost midnight here, looks like I’m going to be up all night! October 31, 2017 Log in to Reply Karl Taylor Hi Syed, you will need your sleep to focus properly 🙂 November 17, 2017 Log in to Reply Toma Navakauskaite Amazing! I am so grateful that you are sharing your knowledge. Thank you! I am learning so much. November 19, 2017 Log in to Reply Karl Taylor Thank you Toma. November 18, 2017 Log in to Reply Tianna Jarrett-Williams This was excellent Karl, thank you. Did you measure the square you shot through or is the size irrelevant? I may have to make my own. November 19, 2017 Log in to Reply Karl Taylor Hi Tianna, yes you measure the rectangle to match the format shape of the format you are shooting, so for example if shooting on a full frame 35mm camera then we know that the format of that camera is 36mm x 24mm, so if you times that 10 then you’d need a hole 360mm x 240mm, if that was too big then multiply by a lower number and measure it out on black foam board and cut. November 26, 2017 Log in to Reply Abdelfatah Hamouda Hi Karl, I wish I had joined your site long ago. Could you please tell me the size of the soft box you used and the black card? Are they relevant to this set up or any size would work? Many thanks for your ideas November 26, 2017 Log in to Reply Karl Taylor Hi Abdelfatah, thanks for joining. For this technique then a larger softbox makes it easier as the light can wrap around more easily, this softbox was 120x180cm. November 26, 2017 Log in to Reply jeramy heath Thoroughly enjoying the videos, Karl, you and Urs make a good team. Should the velvet-covered board behind the model also be in the same ratio as the camera sensor? November 26, 2017 Log in to Reply Karl Taylor Hi Jeramy, technically speaking that could be a good idea but probably a but over the top 🙂 December 13, 2017 Log in to Reply Thiago Rabelo That was one of the best photography classes I’ve ever had. Amazing what you guys are doing. January 2, 2018 Log in to Reply Peter Salkeld Just one word needed – STUNNING January 3, 2018 Log in to Reply Karl Taylor Thank you Peter. January 16, 2018 Log in to Reply Jonathan Desmond Love the look of setup, cannot wait to try it. Seems simple ( well in theory anyway) but stunning. Brilliant lesson , hopefully helped me a lot . January 28, 2018 Log in to Reply Latesh Lilwa Hi Karl, How do you differentiate this set up from Strip light ? January 29, 2018 Log in to Reply Karl Taylor Hi Latesh this is basically like three strip lights: one at the top (horizontal) and one either side, giving light all the way around the model. April 25, 2018 Log in to Reply Amit Vora Hi Karl Will a para 133 work in this setup? May 2, 2018 Log in to Reply Karl Taylor I don’t think it would be big enough. Comments You must be logged in to leave a comment.