Lighting Tips: How to Capture that ‘National Geographic Style’ by Bob Holmes
In this video, National Geographic photographer Bob Holmes gives us his lighting tips and the secrets for controlling light in your photographs. You'll learn about the 3 types of light and how to control each.
Pedro Scala El Vaquero is a real life Tom Joad straight out of The Grapes of Wrath. He leads a simple life as a tobacco farmer in the valley of Vinales in western Cuba. This was one of my first portraits of him and as often happens it is also one of the best. I find that people are at their most relaxed before it has time to sink in that they’re being photographed.
Bob explains how to capture the shot using natural light without lots of equipment. He shares his decades of experience, knowledge and travels with you in this video.
|Bob uses Vermeer Lighting technique in this photography of a tobacco farmer in Cuba. ( Image via silberstudios.tv )|
A big thanks to Bob for his great photography advice.
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