This photography class demonstrates two different outdoor fashion shoots done at sunset.
Using a combination of natural and studio lighting, Karl produces two great images using a simple two-light setup, demonstrating how creative you can be in a short space of time.
He also talks about his composition, camera settings and lighting setup so that you can try this yourself. You’ll see how he uses a neutral density (ND) filter to cut out some of the ambient light and, at the end of the class, he explains the reasons for this and how this simple accessory allowed him to get more creative.
For those on a tighter budget, Karl also explains how you can use a reflector as an alternative light source.
In this class:
- Fashion photography on location
- Lighting setups for fashion photography
- Camera settings for outdoor photography
- How to use filters when photographing outdoors
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