The Underrated Umbrella: Studio Lighting Made SIMPLE

3/18/2021 ISO 1200 Magazine 1 Comments

While an umbrella is likely one of the first lighting modifiers a portrait photographer owns, it is often the most underutilized item as you grow. In this video, we're going to show you the power of an easy one-light setup using a large flash and umbrella to go from boring to beautiful in just a few minutes.


Video Timestamps: 

Intro: 0:00​ - 0:25​
Before Shot: 0:26​ - 1:59​
1. Composition: 2:00​ - 2:06​
2. Ambient Light Exposure: 2:07​ - 3:04​
3. Modify/Add Flash: 3:05​ - 8:55​
4. Photograph: 8:56​ - 10:29​
Outro: 10:30​ - 10:57​

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1 comments:

Unknown said...

Honestly kind of liked the blue look from the wonky WB.