‘Deep Umbrella’ Techniques

In this series of portrait photography classes demonstrating creative lighting setups with two lights, Karl experiments with a new modifier — a Focus 110 Umbrella.

He demonstrates the versatile effects of the deep umbrella, explains the theory behind it and shows just how effective it can be for beauty work such as this.

Impressed with the initial results from this cost-effective modifier, Karl decides to try something different, demonstrating creative yet simple ways to incorporate movement into a shot for a more fashion-style result.



In this portrait photography class we cover the following:

  • Studio Lighting: How to set up multiple studio lights
  • Two light setup for beauty photography
  • Lighting modifiers and their effects
  • How to capture movement using studio flash

NOTE: This course is available with English subtitles

Comments

  1. Hi Karl !

    I wanna recreate this lighting setup but i dont have access to a 110 deep focus umbrella.

    i’ve been trying to use your light comparison tool in order to assess the light taking into consideration harshness shadows sparkle and amount of spill on background but actually i havent found anything similar to the deep focus. (at least my eyes didnt find) 🙂

    so what do you advise?

      1. I see in the above example that the deep focus umbrella worked on full length shots too. Will the beauty dish do the job too?

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