Studio lighting: 4 seriously simple lighting techniques to try at home Studio lighting can seem daunting if you’ve never tried it before. However, most portrait photography lighting techniques are not nearly as scary as most people think. By using a simple home photo studio kit with just a couple of flash heads and a few basic accessories, you can get great results in no time at all. In fact, it’s arguably easier to use a studio lighting setup than off-camera flash. For this studio lighting tutorial we’re using a two-head Elinchrom D-Lite it 2 Studio 2 Go kit, which costs about £500 ($630), but there are plenty of other options to choose from that will suit any budget. We’ll take you through some of the standard kit you need, and show you four great studio lighting techniques for shooting professional-looking portraits in your home photo studio, with the help of our beautiful model, Jade.
Artists - Photographers - Simon Davidson - Overview Great photos are made from the inside. It doesn’t matter what the subject is, you need to be right in there, not just among the crowds but part of the scene. From the smoke and seeming chaos of burnout competitions to the strictly regulated world of the speed trials held on the vast expanses of shimmering salt in Bonneville, USA, and Lake Gairdner in South Australia, Simon Davidson is part of the scene. Over the past decade it would be impossible to unpick Simon’s professional experience shooting custom and muscle cars from his own lifestyle, driving first a custom 1961 General Motors utility and now a 1964 Ford coupe. QUAI DES BLONDES Un duo de graphistes SFX et qui s’implique en conception et en storytelling. Aggressive s’approprie tous les genres dans un esprit rebelle qui fait la différence. Un directeur d’acteur qui cisèle les émotions comme ses cadres et sa photo. Avant de devenir réalisateur Andrea Cecci était monteur. Andreas Link met dans ses films une tension dramatique et lyrique au service des plus belles voitures du monde.
100 Websites to Teach Yourself Photography - Photography College So you are thinking of taking up photography as a hobby. Where do you begin? The age of point and shoot is over. 101 Self-Portrait Ideas to Spice Up Your Facebook Profile Email Do you feel uninspired? Have no models or interesting subjects available? You are the best model and photographer at the same time! News - Bird Production Andrea Spotorno for Z Zegna Campaign Jonas Unger, Photography, for Honore Magazine Andrea Spotorno for The Gentlewoman S/S 16 Issue Playground Paris - Motion Design playground paris graphic design studio in Paris menu motion design mixes everything we love adding rythm, how can't we like it ? Playground Paris is a multi-disciplinary studio founded by Valentin Adam in January 2011 in Paris, France. The aim of the studio is to have fun, playing with colors, drawing our own fonts… We do print design, typography, books, posters, logos, typography, illustrations & more.
Christopher Griffith - Supervision New York Born in Canada and raised in Boston, Massachussetts, Christopher Griffith is an acclaimed and award winning NYC based photographer who has gained both critical and commercial success for his clean minimalist approach & intense graphic imagery. Initially splitting his time between London and Paris working in the fashion industry, Christopher’s work was regularly featured in Paris Vogue, Glamour, and L’Uomo Vogue along with campaigns for Trussardi, Etro and Issey Miyake. He returned to the states in 1998 and embarked on what would be a career changing journey across America to document the landscape with a minimalist approach that has become his signature style. With the resulting monograph STATES (powerhouse 2000), Griffith had found a unique voice of distilling images down to the most fundamental and graphic elements.
Location Scotland Skip to main content Location Scotland would like to place cookies on your computer to help us make this website better. To find out more about the cookies, see our privacy notice. Accept & Close this message Location Scotland D + V - London D+V Management was founded by Natalie Doran and Laurence Vuillemin in 2003. With a reputation for finding photographers who create work with a strong signature, names including Liz Collins, Mel Bles and Jacob Sutton are part of a selective, hand picked roster. With strong connections across editorial and commercial worlds, clients often form lasting relationships with the agency. D+V photographers continually work with magazines including international editors of Vogue, Numéro, The Gentlewoman, i-D and AnOther while commercial clients range from Yves Saint Laurent and Louis Vuitton to Givenchy and Christian Dior. One of the first agencies to pioneer work with moving image as well as stills, D+V’s photographic artists have created films for brands including Burberry, Topshop, Missoni, Guess, Fendi and Y-3.