Introduction to Studio Lighting

Join B&H maven Joey Quintero as he provides an overview of the essential principles, techniques, and tools for lighting. Impact Lighting & Accessories bhpho.to
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Nightclub Lighting Design LED DJ Light Studio & Disco Panel – DMX LED Lighting control. Cool!

www.disco-designer.com Best of Nightclub Lighting Design, LED Lighting by Disco Designer, Disco Panel and DJ Light Studio – DMX Lighting Control Software
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Reflectors: A Lighting Tutorial

By Jay P. Morgan. In this Slanted Lens lighting tutorial we take a look at the basics of reflectors and how to use them on location. We shot Liz Hernandez from E-TV on location at the Ultimate Grave Yard and had a great shoot. From this shoot we are going to take a beginning look at reflectors, the different colors and practical application examples on how to use them. As a beginning photographer, using a reflector is an easy way to start to modify light and learn where to place the light source in relationship to your subject. Using reflectors and becoming good at placing them will teach you how to place strobes. Good light placement is the same for both strobes and reflectors but easier to see with a reflector than it is with strobes. The color examples used in this video are all based on Photoflex reflectors which can be seen at www.photoflex.com. Good luck and keep on click’n! Jay P. Morgan http www.tamron-usa.com www.glidecam.com www.henselusa.com http triplescoopmusic.com http

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