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Fashion Flair Creative Studio Lighting from Photoshop Cafe is a training DVD on studio lighting.
In this training DVD you get to watch over the shoulder of leading fashion photographer, Lindsay Adler and experience multiple styles of lighting and modifier set ups, and learn how to create everything from a soft, dreamy look to a film noir inspired shot. Lindsey will teach you the most valuable lighting setups being used in studios today, all delivered in a clear and direct, jargon free style. Soft boxes, flags, reflectors, bounce-cards, grids, beauty dishes and much more are covered in detail.
This video showcases a two day fashion shoot in a New York studio with professional models. Lindsay not only shows you all the lighting setups, but she also explains the thoughts behind each shot. Learn how to approach each shot with the correct lighting technique. All the lessons on this video can be applied to your portrait shoots.
Light Intensity and Angle
Beauty Dish - Beauty Box
Beauty Dish - Clamshell
Rigging Kino-Flo Lights
Silver Reflector- Shadows
Silver Reflector- Dramatic
Create a Silhouette
Lighting for "Faux" HDR
Low Contrast Feminine Lighting
Lighting with Gels
UV Light strobe
About the Instructor:
Lindsay Adler is a professional portrait and fashion photographer based in New York City. Her editorials have appeared in dozens of publications internationally including Bullett Magazine, Zink Magazine, Fault and more. Lindsay, an author of two books, regularly contributes to a variety of major photo publications including Professional Photographer, Rangefinder Magazine, and Popular Photography. Adler travels to teach workshops at major conferences such as WPPI, Photo Plus, Imaging USA and many more. Her images have appeared in major publications, advertising campaigns, billboards and more.
Table of Contents
Approximately 2 Hours, 30 Minutes
Mac OS X