Don’t let the rules of traditional lighting confine you! Photographer Lindsay Adler will share how to get creative with studio lighting for memorable results, but without complication!
Being creative doesn’t mean you need specialized gear or expensive modifiers, or even complicated setups. Lindsay will go in-depth with 5 studio lighting setups that are creative, but also relatively simple and inexpensive to achieve. The tools you learn in this tutorial will allow you to combine multiple techniques for even more unique looks, and use these setups as a jumping off point to get even more creative.
You’ll learn high key setups, a dramatic low key film noir setup, how to use gels on the background, gels on your subject, and more. There is even a bonus video to explore mixing constant light and studio strobes for even more interesting results!
If you feel comfortable with simple lighting setups, but are really seeking something with a little more style and “wow” factor… this tutorial is for you! Get creative, not complicated!
- Studio lighting gear
- Film Noir with Grids
- Gelling the backgrounds
- Beauty box
- Gelling your Subject
- High Key Wrap Around
- Constant Light and Studio Strobe Mix