In this photography class, Karl shoots a striking fashion image against the backdrop of one of Cornwall’s historic tin mines using studio lighting.
Working on location requires a portable and versatile lighting setup. For this, Karl uses two battery-powered studio lights with different modifiers to get the final shot. In this class, you’ll learn about the recommended equipment for photographing outdoors and how to combine natural and studio lighting while working on location and how to create a natural-looking combination of lighting.
As Karl explains his lighting setup, you see how he carefully balanced his lighting with the daylight, and how he created a beautiful rim light down the side of the model’s body using a very simple lighting setup.
In this class:
- Lighting setups for photographing on location
- Lighting setups for fashion photography
- How to balance natural and studio lighting
- Studio lights for location work