A professional wedding photographer’s ability to use off-camera flash in challenging wedding assignments cannot be discounted. Available light and large apertures can only help us so much and it’s important to have a solid off-camera lighting gameplan in your back pocket.
This in-depth tutorial and breakdown of Jared Platt’s complex indoor studio shoot will help you take your multi-light setup skills to another level. Grab your pen and take notes!
Matt Granger has some really specific tips and advice to keep in mind when you’re about to set up your own studio space. Check it out.
Knowing the fundamentals not only sets you up for better creative options in your photography, but it also gets you out of tricky situations where simplicity is the best approach to produce professional-looking photos. The 3-point lighting setup for portraits is one of those fundamental skills all photographers should know by heart.
Learn how to create really cool powder splash effects in your studio shots using flour (or powder, but that’s more expensive) in this tutorial
Lighting can be quite daunting for a beginner, particularly when stepping into a studio for the first time. This tutorial can explain a lot of nuances and break down the learning curve a bit.
Ask anyone who needed a detailed product photo of a white object with a white background and they’ll tell you that it’s hell trying to control contrast and highlights. Here’s a tutorial that can help any still-life photographer create more consistent white-on-white photos.
Barry Kidd’s approach to nude bodyscapes is keeping things simple yet powerful. This tutorial shows you how to achieve a nice, high-contrast lighting with minimal fuss. Note, video contains photo nudity (obviously).