The Advanced Lighting Workshop

 

Join us next weekend for three days packed full of information on lighting. It should be a great time keeping your head a buzzing with all the information. It will be held here at my studio with all my toys and FourSquares to play with. Come join us! To register and get more information go to:

www.photographyatthesummit.com

 

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LED Flashlights, Great For A Focus Light

Image from Amazon.com

I ran into these cool flashlights from a student in the Mentor Series Workshop in New York City. We used them to allow the camera to auto focus in a dimly lit restaurant. Later we also use a pair of them to give a champagne bottle a nice backlit glow in anther shoot. The have now found a place in my location kit that I take on every job.

You can find them here on Amazon

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No-Moiré Netting Background, From California Sunbounce

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This netting is primarily used in the film and video world when doing an interview. Usually it is placed 5-6 feet behind the subject. It is perfect for placing behind your subject to give a soft diffused look to the background. The result is that the background is darker and slightly out of focus.

 

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Dia De Los Muertos – Day Of The Dead – Behind The Scenes

Paul describes how he set up and shot the Day Of The Dead images that are posted back in November of 2013

You can see the gallery of images at http://peregrinestudios.com/dia-de-lo…

Thank you to Ryan, our model, and Kelsie our makeup artist http://theartistkelsie.com

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Broncolor VS Foursquare 30″ VS Foursquare 57″

Steve Thornton compares the Broncolor Para to the FourSquare 30″ (FSK30) and the FourSquare 57″ that is currently in the prototyping stages. While there are many differences in the different lights, you can still achieve great photos with each.

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