Portrait Lighting Arrangements for the DIY LED Studio Lights
There are an almost infinite number of Portrait Lighting Arrangements that you can create with these DIY LED Photography Studio Lights. This is a 4 light portrait photography set-up that Joe Edelman built with the idea of having two main lights and two additional lights to use as rim lights or background lights. You can even add strobes to this lighting arrangement to extend the possibilities.
Whether you like a traditional portrait lighting arrangement with a 2 to 1 ration or something more modern like a clamshell lighting set-up, this is an easy to build 4 light studio lighting set-up made from LED shop which are an awesome alternative to more expensive photo studio lights or the really expensive Kino Flo lights.
In this video I am walk you through a dozen different ways that I use these DIY lights and offer some portrait tips that I have learned along the way. I’ll show you a few of my finished shots as well. -said Joe Edelman-
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