Learn The Basics Of Lighting Your Portraits On Location Using A Nd Filter

1/06/2022 ISO 1200 Magazine 0 Comments


Lighting a good portrait or headshot on location doesn't have to be difficult. One of the challenges you'll run into if you're a bokeh lover is balancing your flash with the ambient light when you're at a wide-open aperture. By using a variable ND filter, you can control that ambient exposure and keep your strobe from having to work hard to overpower the sun and the available light.



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Miguel Quiles is a Florida-based commercial portrait photographer who’s been involved in the industry for over 15 years, starting off first as a salesman at a local camera store. Since then, Miguel has been refining his skills and pushing the limits of his creative abilities. As a self-taught photographer, Miguel hopes to share his experience and knowledge with new and upcoming photographers who wish to take their work to the next level. Let's Get Connected: www.miguelquiles.com

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