Photographing with natural light doesn’t mean you’re limited to working outside. In this portrait photography class, Karl demonstrates a different type of natural light photography – natural light photography indoors.
One of the key things to consider when working inside is your location. Big windows are your friend but too much light can actually be a bad thing. It’s important to study the location and understand the potential benefits or problems that the room you’re working in provides.
This natural light photography example shows an at-home indoor shoot. Karl explains a number of important factors to consider, as well as how to make the most of and control available light.
In this class:
- Portrait photography using natural light
- Natural light photography indoors
- How to create soft light for portraits
- Using reflectors and negative fill to control shadows
- Useful accessories and equipment for indoor photography
- How to soften harsh sunlight
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