In Training: Lighting Essentials, Canon explorer of light Jack Reznicki shows the techniques that made him one of the top commercial photographers around. You will learn his thoughts and techniques on studio strobe lighting, how to make it look natural, and how to get many different "looks" from just one light.
Jack's insights are perfect for someone who has little experience with artificial lighting, or for the pro who wants to add some new ideas to his/her photography.
About the Author: Jack Reznicki is one of the best known and most respected photographers in the country. A popular lecturer and teacher, Jack's intelligence and experience are evident in his presentations.
Jack shows how creative thinking can help solve the most demanding clients' visual needs. In 2007 Jack was President of Professional Photographers of America (PPA) and has served as President of the New York chapter of Advertising Photographers of America (APA). Along with many other awards, Jack received the 1999 IPC (International Photographic Council) Leadership medal for "Excellence in Studio Photography" at the United Nations.
You will learn
Quantity of light vs. quality of light
Basic one-light portrait lighting
The importance of light placement
Size of your light in relationship to your subject
Harsh light vs. soft light
What is a good exposure?
Source of light and source of illumination
How to create natural looking "sunlight" with a strobe light
Direction of light - where you stand can make an incredible difference
Lighting for beauty models
Dragging the shutter for dramatic interest
The importance of reflectors and how to use them
High Key Lighting - How to shoot against white seamless