35. Soft side lighting and fill

In this final versatile two light set up Karl and Urs Recher demonstrate how to produce this flattering result, suitable for portraits, catalogue, fashion or dance subjects, using indirect light.

Using the most basic of modifiers, the pair show how to use the surrounding studio as a modifier itself. This setup is suitable for any size studio, as Karl and Urs demonstrate in this photography class. However, there are a few important consideration when it comes to lighting ratios, positions and model placement — all of which is clearly explained throughout the class.

In this photography class we cover the following:

  • Studio Lighting: How to set up multiple studio lights
  • Creative two light setup ideas for photography
  • How to photograph in a small studio
  • Photographing white clothes on a white background

NOTE: This course is available with English subtitles

Comments

  1. I like how you show using the room around you instead of tons of expensive modifiers to get great results. Its useful for all budgets.

  2. hi guys really loving this course so far I’m learning so much about how to use light and how it affects different things in different ways

  3. Hi, Karl found this tutorial very interesting, using white walls to emulate large softboxes and creating beautiful soft light on the model.

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