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6 Overused Words & What to Use Instead

6 Overused Words & What to Use Instead

How to take a Self Portrait — Step by step guide to taking a self portrait.

How to take a Self Portrait — Step by step guide to taking a self portrait.

Rembrandt Lighting- The key light is moved lower and farther to the side than in loop and Paramount lighting. In fact, the key light almost comes from the subject’s side, depending on how far his head is turned from the camera.

Rembrandt Lighting- The key light is moved lower and farther to the side than in loop and Paramount lighting. In fact, the key light almost comes from the subject’s side, depending on how far his head is turned from the camera.

Studio Lighting Tutorial - Awesome Headshot Lighting

Studio Lighting Tutorial - Awesome Headshot Lighting

Stop snoozin’ and start livin’.

Stop snoozin’ and start livin’.

the beauty of the female skin & curves, the art of light

the beauty of the female skin & curves, the art of light

Rembrandt lighting (side of face lit, triangle on opposite cheek, and highlights in both eyes)

Rembrandt lighting (side of face lit, triangle on opposite cheek, and highlights in both eyes)

Fibonnaci Photography

Fibonnaci Photography

Rule of thirds tips in photography

Rule of thirds tips in photography

Studio Harcourt, Paris. They use no flash only Tungsten lighting. Each part of the body or the face is illuminated separately by a light with a power of 500watt. Each light have also barndoors, so the photographer can manipulate the beam of light, a small part is lighted. Noticed the use of reflectors to lower the contrast in the shadows. Camerasetting: f5,6 for a small DOF 1/125sec for a not blurry portrait and 85mm as lens. There’s little postproduction, only the contrast is set higher.

Studio Harcourt, Paris. They use no flash only Tungsten lighting. Each part of the body or the face is illuminated separately by a light with a power of 500watt. Each light have also barndoors, so the photographer can manipulate the beam of light, a small part is lighted. Noticed the use of reflectors to lower the contrast in the shadows. Camerasetting: f5,6 for a small DOF 1/125sec for a not blurry portrait and 85mm as lens. There’s little postproduction, only the contrast is set higher.