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Studio lighting setups

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Studio Lighting - Five Let Set for Photographers

Last time we covered basic three point lighting and that yielded an entirely decent head and shoulders portrait. With a neutral background three point lighting works great and it’s a basic setup that’s been working in photography for decades. Today I want to amp up the power a little...you know how I love lighting power. If I hit the test switch and the lights dim across town from the power drain, you know that’s going to be a fun shoot! There’s also method to the madness as today I want to…

Basic Lighting Setups for Green Screen

There's more to lighting your green screen than just sticking some green fabric up on a wall behind your talent and hoping for the best! Planning ahead and choosing the right setup for the shot you're hoping to get is a key factor in determining what kind of lighting setup you're going to require. Will it be in a studio? On-location? Indoors or outdoors? Full-length with walk-ons or just a talking head? Will your actors be making contact with the screen? These are all questions covered in…

Stage Lighting Angles and Positions - Fine Design Associates

Plasticity The degree to which three dimensionality of the actor is brought out. A solid, three dimensional form sparkling in space. The opposite of flat, dull, two-dimensional. Visibility 1) How much do we see: the degree of visibility. 2) Equally important is how we see. Do we see detail well, or do we see form … Continued

How to Set Up Basic Three-Point Studio Lighting for Photographers

The basic setup for three-point studio lighting is fairly straightforward. All you need is a background, a key or main light, a fill light and a hair light. The lights can be strobes or continuous but for the best and most consistent results I prefer strobes.

Studio Lighting - Soft Panel Frame Designed for Hotlight - DIY Photography

A stand made of 3/4" PVC to hold a diffusion panel made of ripstop nylon that slides up and down and tilts. Sliding joint is made of a "Slip-Tee" as described in the Tinker Tubes document at "http://www.software-cinema.com/tinkertubes/tt-book.pdf". Total cost, including 500W light stand, nylon and PVC parts is about $50. I also got a similar quartz-halogen 250W clip-on light for about $15 that I hung above to add some highlights to the hair. A 250W light was hung above and slightly to the…

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