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Testing Out a Rosco Gel Kit for Creative and Colorful Photographic Lighting

1: Full CTO; 2: 1/2 CTO. For this image I used the CTO to create the look of a sunset. Since there was no sun out that day, I figured I could create one myself with a flash and a reflector dish. I placed my flash outside and another to my right so it could bounce on the wall. The CTO can reproduce the temperature of a sunset really well and allows a lot of possibilities.

This is a quick guide to introduce the beginner to one of the most important aspects in photography: lighting. The guide is in three parts. Part 1 talks about hard and soft light, part 2 looks at natural and artificial light, and part 3 examines light intensity and depth of field.

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get better photos by understanding focal length

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100 Tips from a Professional Photographer

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How to Save an Underexposed Photo in Lightroom

How to save an underexposed photo! Great Photo Editing Tutorial for Lightroom. IHeartFaces.com

To light a foreground portrait subject against a setting sun, put a hot shoe flash inside a 36-inch umbrella-style softbox (A), and warmed up its output with a 1/4 Rosco CTO warming gel. assistant suspended the Softbox above the subject using a monopod (B) as a boom. posed the child to block the setting sun. Canon EOS 5D (C) and 17–40mm f/4L EF zoom at its 35mm setting. fired the flash with PocketWizard Plus II, for an overall exposure of 1/180 sec at f/13, ISO 100.