Studio lighting set-ups can have two, three, four or even more lights to create a specific look. The hair light is part of many studio lighting set-ups for portraits. But what is a hair light? And how do you add one to a studio lighting set-up? Build your next portrait photography lighting set-up with confidence using this guide.
Cinematic photography looks like a screen grab from a movie. It involves controlled lighting and composition, lens choice and model direction. And some post-processing know-how.
Double exposure photography refers to merging multiple images. The goal is to make them surreal, emotional, or humorous. Though there are exceptions, they usually feature silhouettes. Double exposure portraits may look complicated at first. But they’re easy to make. Both in-camera with digital cameras and in Adobe Photoshop
This is an important project because when you are confident that you can make nice portraits with minimal gear, you can take your studio down any road and into any situation. Your limits fade away, and the whole world becomes your studio. A studio is a place to study. By making your studio small and portable, you can study anywhere you desire.
Portraiture is as vast a genre of photography as it is rewarding. There are a lot of ways to go about creating portraits with a lot of visual interest, but one of the most satisfying ways to do this (to me anyway) is to create emotive portraits.
This is a way for you to visually communicate the style of photos you love for your engagement and/or wedding day photos.