Duration: 59m | Video: h264, yuv420p, 1280x720 30fps | Audio: aac, 44100 Hz, 2 ch | 584 MB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English
Photographer Frank Doorhof is in the studio, showing viewers how to achieve the lighting results they want without having to adjust their images in post-production. Frank starts off by going over how to calibrate a light meter to get consistent, accurate results on every shot. He goes on to discuss how to calculate the fall off of light from the subject, how to create color tints in the background, how moving the light sources can result in dramatically different images, and how changing the camera angle affects the focus plane.
Frank also has some tips on positioning the models and how to achieve accurate color results with a color checker. Photographers can take their studio photography to the next level with the help of this course.
Lesson 1 Calibrating Your Light Meter ( 4 min )
Lesson 2 Inverse Square Law ( 12 min )
Lesson 3 Colored Backgrounds ( 2 min )
Lesson 4 High Contrast Portraits ( 7 min )
Lesson 5 Getting Correct Exposure ( 7 min )
Lesson 6 Lens Choices ( 7 min )
Lesson 7 Angles ( 6 min )
Lesson 8 Accurate Colors ( 2 min )
Lesson 9 More Lighting Ideas ( 7 min )
More info - http://kelbyone.com/course/doorhof_why_fake_it/
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