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What Is The Difference Between a Parabolic Reflector, a Beauty Dish, and an Octobox? - Becoming a better photographer - Gibbon

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Portrait Photography - 2 flash studio set up with reflector and additional lamp for background illumination.

When we talk about on-location mixed lighting we usually mean shooting with light sources of different nature, such as natural ambient light and artificial, or shooting with lights of different color temperatures. There are dozens of cool effects that one can achieve when mixing ambient light with controlled lighting... http://fstoppers.com/shooting-with-mixed-studio-lighting

beauty closeup setup, one flash head with beauty dish, one silver reflector home made and one hair/contour light with small soft box Canon EOS 30D / 50mm 1.4, f/8.0, iso.100, 1/125.

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Portrait Cropping Guide: Framing your subject up for a portrait can sometimes be difficult. A poorly cropped photo can make all the difference when it comes to portraits. To help you out, here’s a little cropping guide shown from Digital Camera World that shows where to crop and where not to crop. Green lines mean it’s a good place to crop; red a bad place to crop.

Julia Kuzmenko McKim is walking us through some of her tips for reading light and becoming a better photographer.

In this quick DIY video, Tiffany shows you how to create your own reflector stands using Polystyrene (styrofoam) boards found at your local big box hardware store to use as reflectors for use in your photo studio (as made popular by Sue Bryce). These can also be used as backdrops for entertaining, such as behind cake tables, or make a great bac...