DIY Photography Studio Reflector Holder and One Light Portrait Lighting Tutorial

11/04/2016 ISO 1200 Magazine 0 Comments



Joe Edelman haves TWO solutions for building DIY photography studio reflector holders for less than 10 bucks - for both! He will also show you a cool studio lighting tutorial and inexpensive way to create a broad light modifier for your speedlight or monolight for only a dollar!



I have been getting lots of requests for more DIY portrait studio gear so as follow-up to the PVC portrait background stand, I want to show you a real easy way to create a set of photo reflector holders that are even easier to use than the expensive ones.

The two holders support Gobos and flags. A Gobo goes between your light source and your subject and its used to alter or shape the light. A flag also goes between your light and your subject to block the light from reaching a part of your scene or it is used between your light and your camera to prevent light from reaching the camera lens and creating unwanted flare.

About Joe Edelman:


I am an award winning advertising and editorial photographer, author, educator and model mentor with over 40 years of experience with a camera and I would love to share with you some of what I have learned along the way.

My WEBSITE: www.JoeEdelman.com 



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