One flash, three studio lighting styles

One flash, three studio lighting styles

Studio lighting can be complex for a photographer to learn, but by starting with a single light you can produce some excellent results without getting bogged...

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jusi moma says:

your best skill, is to be a nice guy.๏ปฟ

Barky Von Schnauzer says:

I can watch you all day!

ArenaCreative.com says:

hassy on the floor!!! LOL

xtarsy says:

@Varguitas10 Hasselblad body only costs about 29 000$ ; )

hyacinthdibley says:

@djlaxa lol. I was thinking the exact thing. Delaney looks way too cool.
This is a great video; great tutorial. ๐Ÿ™‚

jh3835 says:

com on gavin, a Hasselblad! why couldn’t you use your canon like normal
people?

fikry sulaiman says:

omg, this technique is unique!

froschi says:

great pattern on that last back ground, love it!!!

Memories4lifemedia says:

@PhotoGavin Hi Gavin I am a new subscriber to your pod cast and I love what
you have done, but I have been looking for a E-mail address on your site?
but as a typical man I must have missed it. What I would like is a place
where I/we can down load episodes to keep and refer to as and when needed?
Do you do this, and if not may be this is something to look towards doing???

ptlofts says:

$50.000 maybe

mrsal911 says:

Hey gavin a question, how do you get such good natural vignetting? is it
because your using a flash?

Sam Dunn Photography says:

@MsKathy07 the lights look like broncolor so possibly the same brand

Grzegorz Biermanski says:

Hi, just curious, what lens was it?

VeggieVooDoo says:

Brilliant videos, great to watch and learn ๐Ÿ™‚

hypoxide says:

Oh, by the way these shots look fucking brilliant.

124moviesiwatch says:

The lighting set-ups will work equally well for continuous lights. It’s
about how the light falls upon the subject not how it gets there. Good luck
and have fun with your photography.

Gavin Hoey says:

@GabrielKnightz Looks can be deceiving… He was a true gent and even
helped me when broke the lighting stand in the last set up ๐Ÿ™‚

Kim Stabehl says:

New – 18k to 45-50k

wadood abdul says:

British Sean Kingston ๐Ÿ™‚

Jan Tรถner says:

Delaney looked suspiciously like security for the Hasselblad. Excellent
tutorial. Thank you ๐Ÿ™‚

Maxsdiscos says:

@legaliciousM – Most likely a digital Sekonic light/flash meter.

leo140485 says:

Zack Arias – One Light

zhou gumin says:

nice video as usual, but to be honest i don’t enjoy the background music
this time

TroIlIl says:

@PhotoGavin do you ever face a AF problem when you are using your 5mk2 w
24-105 in low light situation? I’m worried that the 5mk2 will have focusing
problem because i enjoy night photography. Thanks

aodes83 says:

ow come’on gavin ,, a hasselblad !! for real ! man i saved for half a year
to get my 600D , and i ain’t planing to change it for the next 3 years,,,
great tutorial as usual though

Gavin Hoey says:

@pjos111 Correct ๐Ÿ™‚

Gavin Hoey says:

@Sprenklefish 100% yes. The camera is a tool, nothing more. The only
difference is the size of the files and thus their quality. My 5D mk2 is
excellent, the Hasselblad was a step up again, but so was the price! Nice
to try, but not for me.

mustafa kareem says:

nice

kaisar1 says:

one cant keep his/her eyes off that Hasselblad during this video

jameslcr says:

great gav bring back the 5d k2 though

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