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By: Oded Wagenstein There is no doubt that using natural light in portrait photography can get you the best results. However sometimes, as you all probably know, natural light does not do what he’s told. So here comes into action what I like to call my secret weapon in outdoor Portrait Photography. It is cheap, easy […]
Some people force themselves to grow up and lose sight of the things they loved as children. Some day, if I end up in a little cubicle, doing an office job I hate, I'll still make time to stare at the clouds and see bunnies and dinosaurs and ice cream cones and pirate ships.
A softbox diffuses the light into a pleasing soft, even light. When used properly, it reduces harsh shadows. The closer the softbox is to the model or subject, the softer the light appears, emulating window light. The shape of a softbox can vary from rectangular to octagonal to square to a long strip of light.