all about light! And photographers are often asked to photograph
a variety of subjects on location. These assignments can range
from portraits on location to manufacturing facilities, building
interiors, products, and much more. Clients may ask you to
photograph their business including their people, their
products, and their processes.
on location creates a new set of challenges to the professional
photographer. Working in the studio can be accomplished with a
small space and some lights, but working on location often
requires you to work in larger environments and presents
technical challenges not present in the studio. Lots of thought,
creativity, and photographic skill go into making location
photographs portray our client’s products and services in the
There are lots
of lighting techniques, tips, and tricks that you can use to
create effective images on location. If you want to specialize
in location photography, do you have the skills and techniques
to do that? Do you understand Lighting Color Management? That's
different than Photoshop color management and is crucial to
capturing the best image files.
location is a very complex subject and any successful
photographer will tell you that lighting is one of the most
important aspects of great photographs.
Do you know how
to light a portrait in a manufacturing facility and blend your
strobe lights with the ceiling lights? Do you know how to light
a large machine or a room interior? Do you know what light
modifier to use for lighting metal or how to use a color meter?
Can you correctly place highlights to make a giant machine look
incredible? Each and every one of these questions will be
answered in this eCourse.
The PDF lesson includes examples of shoots often showing
lighting placement diagrams and the strategy used to capture the
best possible shot. The lesson is written in an easy to
understand text and amply illustrated with color photos. If you
are serious about owning location photography, this course will
pay for itself a hundred times over!
PDF eCourse is 85 pages and includes 4 videos that show
how the equipment is setup and works, light quality, lighting
techniques for portraits and people on location, and more.
This eCourse is geared to
or anyone who wishes to learn how to use their strobes
and capture great images on location. In a slow paced approach, you will learn
how to setup your strobes and see how they work, why you want
to use an umbrella over a lightbox, lighting workers, how to
balance ambient and strobe light, correct for mixed colored
lighting, light large products, and a
whole lot more.
· Studio strobes: power
packs or mono lights and how they work
Umbrellas vs. soft boxes
principles of lighting theory and concept.
people and products on location.
corporate, industrial, and business locations.
for advertising shoots on location.
This eCourse is
veteran professional photographer for over 25 years. He has
traveled the U.S. and Internationally on assignment for many
magazines and large corporations including:
Xerox, NW Airlines, Fujitsu, Tektronix, Nike, Blue Cross,
Nationsbank, Precision Castparts Corp., Mentor Graphics, Texas
Instruments, Pacificorp, Cellular One, America West Airlines,
Sequent Computer, Early Winters, Cascade Bancorp, Associated
General Contractors, Sunset Magazine, Farmers Insurance, Key
Bank, Northwest Airlines,
and many more.
Sample lessons: The lesson are well
written, nicely designed, and easily printed for future
To complete this home study course you will need
some equipment and the list of gear is included on the last
three pages of the PDF lesson. The equipment part numbers are
included so you can easily order from our favorite camera store:
This home study eCourse includes a 85 page PDF lesson, 4 videos,
and comes on a DVD shipped to you. Cost is
$39.95 + $6.95 S&H anywhere in the USA.
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