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The Best Portable Studio Lights for Your Outdoor Easel

Many of you may know that that I am a big believer in the amazing Method Lights art studio lights, and I have been using them in my own studio for years. Now, the same professional method of lighting is available for your outdoor easel! Read on to learn more… Lori using the ML-EL Smart Easel Light at the Plein Air Convention My ML-Direct Art Studio lights allow me to paint in my studio with the perfect light anytime! With their patented True Color Light technology, and with a touch of a butto...
Tags: Art, Wyoming, Max, Lori's Featured Articles, How To Paint, Draw & More, Studio Lighting, Lori, Studio Lights, Method Lights, Artist Lighting, Easel Light, ML EL Smart Easel Light


5 modifiers for photographers on the move

A little while ago I was teaching one of my lighting workshops and one of the attendees was looking to implement some of the set-ups I was sharing into his workflow. Seems simple enough right? Well it turns out this photographer was a Formula 1 trackside shooter that needed to get portraits of drivers and […] The post 5 modifiers for photographers on the move appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Light, Gear, Lighting, Studio Lighting, Portrait Photography, Jake Hicks, Modifiers, Studio Lights, Studio Portrait


This studio simulation is so good, I am recreating my entire portfolio as CGI

Being kind of a computer geek, I found myself looking for a good way to simulate studio lights. I tried Blender, Cinema 4D, and other 3D programs until I found Set.a.Light 3D. Let me save you the long read. It’s awesome. OK, you can continue now. I first fell in love with Set.aLight 3D with […] The post This studio simulation is so good, I am recreating my entire portfolio as CGI appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Reviews, Photography, Lighting, Blender, Lighting Diagram, Studio Lights, 3d Studio, Set.a.light


Three basic tips for using artificial lighting for food photography

When you shoot with artificial lighting, you have all the control over it. But, there’s a lot to have in mind if you want to get your shots just the way you want them. In this informative video, Joanie Simon of The Bite Shot discusses the three most important things that you should always keep […] The post Three basic tips for using artificial lighting for food photography appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Tutorials, Studio Photography, Studio Lighting, Food Photography, Studio Lights, How To Use Studio Lights, Studio Light, Joanie Simon, The Bite Shot


Learn these five basic one-light patterns to improve your studio portraits

You don’t have to be new to photography to be new to studio lighting. In this video, Jeff Rojas will help you learn some of the basics fast. He discusses five essential studio lighting patterns, and knowing them will help you improve and add versatility to your studio portraits. And the best thing is – […] The post Learn these five basic one-light patterns to improve your studio portraits appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Tutorials, Studio Photography, Studio Lighting, Lighting Tutorial, Jeff Rojas, Studio Lights, One Light Studio Portrait, Studio Portrait, Studio Light


6 Light Beauty and Fashion Lighting Setup

I know it’s extremely trendy right now to say that ‘one light is all you need’, and although in certain situations this is true, a of the time extra lights will likely look better, or at the very least make your life easier. Now before you rush to the comments section to proclaim the purity […] The post 6 Light Beauty and Fashion Lighting Setup appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Tutorials, Lighting Tips, Studio Lighting, Lighting Tutorial, Lighting setup, Jake Hicks, Studio Lights, Creative Lighting


5 ways to avoid lens flare with studio lighting

If you’re unfamiliar with what lens flare is then it’s the hazy washed out areas in an image that appear far brighter than they should do. You usually can’t see flare with your own eyes but when you take a shot, there it is and often it’s an undesired effect that can ruin several aspects […] The post 5 ways to avoid lens flare with studio lighting appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Tutorials, Studio Lighting, Lens Flare, Jake Hicks, Studio Lights, How To Use Studio Lights


Learn to light portraits by photographing vegetables

Today seems to be a day for portrait related posts. We’ve had the breakdown studio lights from Mark Wallace. And a complete start to finish location portrait process from Francisco Hernandez. Now, from Ed Verosky, we have another way to practice portrait lighting and experiment. Photographing vegetables. It might seem like a bit of an […] The post Learn to light portraits by photographing vegetables appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Tutorials, Vegetables, Lighting, Studio Lighting, Portrait Photography, Ed Verosky, Mark Wallace, Studio Lights


How to get colored background without a backdrop or Photoshop

In his previous tutorial, Malaysian photographer Andrew Boey showed you why a white wall is the only backdrop you’ll ever need. After turning white to black, in his latest tutorial, he teaches you to get all kinds of vibrant colors from a plain white wall. You don’t need a backdrop or Photoshop, but some speedlights, light modifiers and […] The post How to get colored background without a backdrop or Photoshop appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Tutorials, Colors, Background, Speedlights, Studio Lights, Andrew Boey, White Background


Look Ma, no softbox! Fotodiox unveils largest LED yet in portable FlapJack line

Photography accessory company Fotodiox is going big with their latest LEDs, a huge, softened 30-inch circular panel and a 15-inch square. The LEDs design means no softboxes are necessary. The post Look Ma, no softbox! Fotodiox unveils largest LED yet in portable FlapJack line appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Photography, Trends, Led Lights, Fotodiox, Photography Accessories, Studio Lights


Fotodiox goes big with its largest LED light yet, the Flapjack Studio XL

Photography accessory company Fotodiox is going big with their latest LEDs, a huge, softened 30-inch circular panel and a 15-inch square. The LEDs design means no softboxes are necessary. The post Fotodiox goes big with its largest LED light yet, the Flapjack Studio XL appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Photography, Trends, Led Lights, Fotodiox, Photography Accessories, Studio Lights