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If I want to take dramatic portraits on a black backdrop (without even needing a…

If I want to take dramatic portraits on a black backdrop (without even needing a single light), a garage is your new go to spot. This is the simplest (and most makeshift looking) setup that I use. As you can see in the image above, all I am using is a pie

Reflective lighting can be so easy with so many ways to produce with simple reflectors.

By: Oded Wagenstein There is no doubt that using natural light in portrait photography can get you the best results. However sometimes, as you all probably know, natural light does not do what he’s told. So here comes into action what I like to call my se

Customize and adjust the lighting setup to fit your subject perfectly using this studio kit's reflectors, color gels and honeycomb. Take expressive professional-grade photographs, even when you're awa

Square Perfect 5080 FLASH KIT Complete Portrait Studio Kit with Flashes Softboxes Gels and Barn Door This set-up has a variable flash output of 160 w/s

Portrait Photography by Christina Hoch This is the first I've seen of Christina's work. I love it!

Portrait Photography by Christina Hoch

Tip on Selective Focus…    One of the best techniques in photography is to use a wide aperture to throw the background out of focus, while shooting portraits, which is also called as selective focus. The idea is to focus on the subject’s eyes, select a wide aperture so that the eyes and part of the face are in focus, while the rest goes out of focus.

Tip on Selective Focus… One of the best techniques in photography is to use a wide aperture to throw the background out of focus, while shooting portraits, which is also called as selective focus. The idea is to focus on the subject’s eyes, select a wi

Joel Grimes. I’m a minimalist and like using one light whenever I can. The problem with using one light is a lot of times you are left with areas of shadows. Now, if that’s the look you’re going for, have at it, but if you need a clean well-lit beauty portrait, using one light can seem challenging at first. But with the help of a reflector and changing the position of your main light, you can create a few different looks quickly and easily.

Changing The Look Of a Portrait With One Light In Different Positions

In this Westcott sponsored video, Joel Grimes shows us how to use one light and a reflector to create a simple, yet beautiful portrait.

If the thought of taking photos in your garage makes your cringe, I don’t blame you. However, I assure you that it is not only possible to create images in your garage, it is possible to create stunning images in your garage.

How to set up a garage photo studio in 7 easy steps

Do you dream of studioesque pictures? Do you pine for a clean, unencumbered space in which to shoot living or non-living subjects? Do you have a garage?

Using Rule of Thirds to can make a photo more interesting – be it Landscape, Portrait or Still Life. Learn how to make beautiful photo using fundamental rule.

Using Rule of Thirds to Make the Photos More Interesting

PHOTOGRAPHY TIP Using Rule of Thirds to can make a photo more interesting – be it Landscape, Portrait or Still Life. Learn how to make beautiful photo using fundamental rule.

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