This video is only 5 minutes and 24 seconds long. If you learn just one thing from it, then you will not have wasted your 5 minutes. The lighting may seem pretty simple in this video but notice how the photographer tries some different things by moving the subjects and using the fake snow at the end. It's not just about the lighting but the flow of a photoshoot that is important.
If you have seen my other posts from the Profoto YouTube Channel, you may remember that although I use Profoto and I'm a huge fan of their lighting that I realize not everyone readying this will have the budget for Profoto lighting. That's fine! Use what you have and do the best you can with it.
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Short Bio About The Author: I'm David Williams a professional commercial photographer focusing on corporate and business clients with some personal branding, lifestyle photography in the mix. My love for photography began in late 1981 while still in High School. I started making money with his camera in 1982. Brenda, my wife, and I started working together in photography in 1988 shortly after we met. Brenda and I married in 1989 and have two adult daughters. Please be sure to get a quote for services if needed. Call or Text: 919.723.8453. Please reach out to connect with me on LinkedIn.
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