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Creative lighting and strobist in photography Part 1

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Lighting is a brilliant way to create awesome photographs. They’re free, they’re everywhere, we can make them and there’s no limit to what you can do with them.
Take a look at these pictures compiled by 1PX.VN to see what we mean. Each of them have been transformed by the use of a creative lighting and strobist. Some of the pictures show you how to take a nice portrait photo, food photography, while others are created by creative photographer who will show you how to shoot everywhere as in a Studio #studioeverywhere. Others with some DIY tool you can create an awesome photo. They’re simple, they’re clever, and they’re beautiful, without a lighting of a doubt.

  • Tips about lighting and Strobist (diagram and BTS) for portrait photography ( El Rey, Kraff,  Matt Selby …), food photography (KraffCorinna Gissemann Photography) they are works of many pro-photographer over the world
  • Some tips of photographer Nick Fancher who can shoot everywhere as a Studio #Studioeverywhere
  • Tips how-to make a DIY tools photography

In many cases require a pro accessories, but someone use easy-to-find accessories and you can apply it now in your shot!

Collection album creative lighting and strobist in photography Par1

Use a flash has a strong power and support TTL, let put your flash behind the fench, we will get the shadow of fench on model’s face.

Nick Fancher
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Hack Your Reflector By Cutting a Hole in the Middle. The camera lens holds the reflector in place, allowing me to use my non-camera hand to angle the reflector to the desirable position

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Use 3 flashes in the same power – the difference gel (Red, Green, Blue) Setup flahses same as image below ->

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Simple setup your flash at your room, To make a small flash look larger and softer, bounce it off a nearby white wall.

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We will get the overexposed background by get strong flash direct to white walls

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Shoot a food photograph with natural light, using dark carton or hard dark pager to create shadow, increase contrast

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How-to shoot a hot food 😀

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DIY box for shooting product

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Setup lighting for food photography- lowkey style

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Food photograpnhy with natural light

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Tạo hiệu ứng đặc biệt bằng tấm kiếng và giọt nước

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DIY box

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How-to shoot lowkey in the outside

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You don’t need a pool when you want to shoot underwater shot :))

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Food photography – natural light – highkey style

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You will have an answer for question: “How did they do that?”

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