Use STROBES when natural light FAILS

3/29/2018 ISO 1200 Magazine 0 Comments

Use STROBES when natural light FAILS

This 10-minute portrait lighting tutorial shows you can use three lights (flashes or strobes) to completely control the lighting indoors without the use of a studio.



I setup a main light (also known as a key light) with a beauty dish, but a softbox would work exactly the same.

My second light is a kicker light/accent light, which some people would call a rim light or it could be used as a hair light. The third light bounces off the ceiling to light the entire room, allowing me to have a bright or dark background with just the flip of a switch! These tricks are also useful for event photography and wedding photography - said Tony Northrup -

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About Tony Northrup:


Award-winning author and photographer Tony Northrup has published more than 30 how-to books and sold more than a million copies around the world. His photos have been featured on magazine covers, book covers, CD covers, TV shows, calendars, and much more. Let's Get Connected: www.northrupphotography.com 

Text, image and video via Tony & Chelsea Northrup


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