44. Three light high-key fashion In another stunning result straight out of camera Karl demonstrates a gorgeous rim lighting and fill effect with softly lit background, all done with just 3 lights. Comments August 16, 2017 Log in to Reply Jose Cernuda Great training Karl! You finally made it possible for me to learn from you… You make it simple and easy to understand, gear might be a barrier in some cases but the concept and lighting set-up sinks in your brain forever. Question? Is there a way to mark favorite videos? I mean for quick access. Thanks! August 16, 2017 Log in to Reply Karl Taylor Hi Jose, glad you like it and thanks for joining but I’m afraid there is no way on our system to mark your favourite videos. November 14, 2017 Log in to Reply Peter Dooley Hi Karl Thanks for a super interesting series. You have certainly opened our minds to great possibilities. Please could you indicate what you would do differently in these lighting setups when shooting dark skin tone models (Asian and African) and how you would deal with the extra shine that is commonly found on dark skin tones. November 16, 2017 Log in to Reply Karl Taylor Hi Peter, african dark skin tones can sometimes be more shiny, so on the edge lighting which is reflected light this may need to be reduced in exposure but the light from the front would need to be increased in exposure. It depends more on the surface qualities of the skin, shine, reflectance etc this can only be assessed person to person. Polarisers can sometimes help with partial polarisation. Comments You must be logged in to leave a comment.