Chapter 7 Introduction
Chapter seven More lights. All of let's turn up in that you like the Kanye West song, more lights, more refinement and more creativity. Because, look, now that you guys understand all the basic techniques the gear, the lighting, the balance techniques and so for that we've used so far now this is all about taking a step further. We're gonna go into refinement. We're gonna start by talking mawr and giving case studies unnatural versus dramatic light and kind of how to get there, what those differences are in actual case studies were over filling and refining existing light. So basically adding a little bit of on camera flash and using these techniques on Lee to refine light that's already good but not quite great. We'll be covering multi point light bounce setups. Basically, there's just a complex way I came up of saying We'll be bouncing off. Not one, not two, but upto three bounce points. Essentially, what we're doing is we're using a single on camera flash to simulate the look of a t...
wo or three lights set up. We'll be covering coloring light for corrective effect, and they were gonna go into coloring light for career to effect in each one. These will give you full on examples. We're gonna teach you how we got the specific shots and it's gonna be an absolute blast. I promise I won't sing anymore. No more singing. Let's move the next video.
Lighting 101 follows in Photography 101's footsteps. Photography 101 takes students up through Manual Mode mastery and provides a foundation in natural light techniques and modifications. Lighting 101 picks up by teaching all about flash and light modification. But, just like Photography 101, we want Lighting 101 to be the most accessible lighting course available. So we teach you everything about flash lighting, light modification, ambient to flash balance, lighting patterns, off-camera lighting and even multi-point off-camera light setups. But, what makes Lighting 101 truly special is that we do all of this with nothing but your on-camera hot shoe flash. Every image shown and created in this course was created with a DSLR and just a single on-camera hot shoe speed light.