Photographing white clothing on a white background can be tricky. In this photography class, Karl shows you an effective lighting setup to successfully do just that.
In this four-light photography tutorial, Karl uses the simplest of studio lighting modifiers to produce this beautiful full-length, high-key image. He also shares a number of useful tips and techniques for achieving a pure white background.
Karl then demonstrates another useful trick for creating a slight shadow while maintaining the high key light, accentuating the three-dimensionality. To end the class, he clarifies a common misconception about the colour white and shows you how to adjust this setup to achieve a grey background.
In this class:
- Studio photography: How to shoot portrait images
- How to shoot creative portraiture using four lights
- Affordable modifiers for studio lights
- How to create broad, soft light
- How to avoid lens flare
- How to create a pure white background
If you enjoy this class, be sure to check out Creating Clean White Backgrounds.
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