Shooting with Wireless Flash: Product Shots
Duration: 39m | Video: h264, yuv420p, 960x540 30fps | Audio: aac, 44100 Hz, 2 ch | 512 MB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English
In the Shooting with Wireless Flash series, award-winning photographer Jim Sugar demonstrates his approach to using off-camera flash in a variety of lighting scenarios, sharing practical tips along the way.
In this installment, Jim sets up and shoots a product shot. He demonstrates a variety of inexpensive lighting tools-clamps, gels, and other light modifiers-to light a product (in this course, a bicycle) in a way that accurately shows its color and other details. Next, he photographs the product using Adobe Lightroom's tethered shooting mode in order to be able to immediately assess his exposures on the computer screen. The course wraps up with a some tips that apply to product shots of all kinds. With its focus on lighting technique rather than specific strobe models and menu commands, these techniques are applicable to any brand of strobe and camera.
Topics include: Topics include:Preparing for a shootPositioning the product and wireless strobesUsing light modifiers, clamps, and other lighting accessoriesShooting in tethered modeAssessing the resultsTips to remember for product shots