SkillSet: Best of Lighting

 

Lesson Info

Mark Wallace: Studio Strobes on Locations Part 2


This comprehensive collection of CreativeLive’s most informative and hands-on lighting segments will prepare you to walk into any lighting situation and take a great photograph. 

 In SkillSet: Best of Lighting, you’ll watch clips from classes taught by leading photographers as they tackle a whole range of lighting challenges. Featuring some of our best moments, you’ll learn about: shaping natural light, working with unpredictable wedding lighting, managing speedlights and getting the most of out of your studio lights. You’ll also get a run down on lighting theory and fundamentals. And you’ll hear it from industry influencers: Sue Bryce, Scott Robert Lim, Mike Fulton, Tony Corbell, Clay Blackmore, Mark Wallace, Zack Arias, Joey L, Felix Kunze, and Joel Grimes. 

 If you just started dabbling in photography and want to kick-start your lighting education, or if you're a seasoned photographer wanting to add new tips, tricks, or tools to your toolbox, you'll find just the thing you need in our lighting compilation.​ 

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Lessons

Sue & Felix: Shoot: Natural Light Portraits - Maisie
Sue & Felix: Shoot: Natural Light Portraits - Katie
Sue & Felix: Shoot: Natural Light Portraits - LaQuan
Sue & Felix: Shoot: Studio Light Portraits - Maisie
Tony Corbell: The Power of Light Part 1
Tony Corbell: The Power of Light Part 2
Tony Corbell: The Power of Light Part 3
Scott Robert Lim: Live Shoot - Natural Light
Mark Wallace: Position of Light
Mark Wallace: Intro To Flash Photography
Mike Fulton: Using the Flash in Auto Modes
Mike Fulton: Slow Speed Sync
Mike Fulton: On Camera TTL and High Speed Sync
Roberto Valenzuela: Multiple Speedlights
Roberto Valenzuela: Multiple Speedlights with Multiple Subjects
Scott Robert Lim: Creating Drama
Tony Corbell: Light Control and Shaping
Tony Corbell: Beauty Dishes, Softboxes, Reflectors
Tony Corbell: Live Demos with Lighting Tools
Tony Corbell: Tools of Light Q & A
Clay Blackmore: Basic Posing
Clay Blackmore: Refining and Lighting the Pose
Clay Blackmore: Posing Two People
Mark Wallace: Studio Strobes on Locations Part 1
Mark Wallace: Studio Strobes on Locations Part 2
Zack Arias: Gear, Money, and Building Your Studio
Joey L: Using One Light on Location
Joey L: Using Two Lights on Location
Zack Arias: Modifiers: Octabank, Softbox, Strip Bank, Umbrella
Zack Arias: Modifiers: Reflector, Grids, White Beauty Dish, Etc
Sue and Felix: Shoot Studio Light - Backlight
Sue and Felix: Studio Backlight and Lens Flare
Joel Grimes: Photographing Motion
Joel Grimes: Shoot: Athlete in Motion
 
 
 
 

Reviews

  • I am pretty new to Creative Live and this is my first purchase so for me I am loving this! So many good gems of information and having some of the repeated content from different speakers with different perspectives really helps drill in these concepts. I say for anyone who's looking for an great all around drill it into your head lighting bootcamp this is a winner. But if you're like the others here and have purchased videos from these authors before then you will probably want to look elsewhere as this is a bundle of highlights from previous sessions on lighting.
  • I would have bought this, but I have read the reviews and I think that has saved me money, because I too have many of the classes taught here from previously purchased courses on Creative Live. It has only benefited me so far as to introduce a few of the other talented teachers, like Tony Corbell, that I would not have considered in the past. I think it is a good point raised by another reviewer, that this course should really be free, as there's so much content regurgitated from other courses. Regards, Penny
  • Great way to see multiple perspectives and applications of some of the most successful photographer's lighting techniques. Also good to see a mix of technical theory, lighting tools, studio light, and natural light covered.