Two contrary light patterns, ‘broad’ and ‘short’ lighting, are commonly used in portraiture.
The start of a new tutorial series on simple lighting setups. How can you create ‘Rembrandt’ lighting with one light?
‘Back to Basics’ is a new series of articles about speedlights and how to use them. Do you need one?
Martin explains a very inexpensive way to spice up your photos with cool catchlights in your model’s eyes, using fluorescent lights.
Boyd Johnson discusses some advantages flash has over continuous lighting.
Do you really need a big DSLR? Robbert explores the world of cheap compact system cameras.
Moving to continuous studio lighting? Ditch your studio flashes and keep the accessories thanks to these Bowens S-mount LED options.
What’s the best flash unit available on a budget? David Selby presents a guide to various affordable flashes meeting different photographic needs.
How can you improve the photos taken with your cameraphone in low-light environments? Can your mobile assist your photography?
How to use a single umbrella for great highkey full body shots!
The second tutorial on lighting umbrellas explains a shot using the same 42″ umbrella, but this time in reflective mode.
In this tutorial I want to show you a way to make use of the shoot-through mode of umbellas that often is overseen.