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How to Light Photos With Flashlights:
A standard photography session utilizes lighting umbrellas and industry-standard light fixtures to illuminate the subject. If you are interested in creating a visually interesting photograph, foregoing the traditional lighting rules may provide the unusual image you desire. Using flashlights as a lighting source within a picture can create a dynamic contrast between the subject and the background, especially when done in a dimly lit environment
- Position your subject in a dark or dimly lit room, and set up the camera to capture the appropriate angle for the photograph
- Turn on the flashlight and point the beam of light directly at the subject. For a dynamic appearance, stand above the subject and point the light directly down on the center of the subject; down lighting can also be done from various angles to highlight certain sections of the subject. Take note that using a single flashlight will create harsh shadows, which may or may not be appropriate for the picture
- Soften shadows created by the flashlight by using a traditional three-light setup. Position the main flashlight, and then use a dimmer flashlight on the opposite side of the main light to reduce shadowing. Place a flashlight directly behind the subject, and point the beam of light up toward the top of the subject. This will create a backlight, or light rim, around the subject's edges, which can be a very dramatic addition to a photo taken in a dark room
- Decrease the exposure speed on the camera. Have the subject hold the flashlight and after you press the shutter button, tell the subject to move the flashlight in different directions. Due to the longer exposure, the light emitted by the flashlight will create trails, or light patterns. This will result in a dynamic and interesting photograph
How to Use Ring Light in Photography:
Shadows and light make up our perception of depth. However, shadows on faces, when photographed, can make facial features look large and distorted. Because the camera lens does not see the same as a human eye, highlights and shadows appear much stronger than they really are. Ring lights offer diffused lighting that eliminates unwanted shadows
- Use a ring light when you want to erase shadows from a model's face. With an adjustable illumination output, you can increase or decrease the amount of light falling on her features
- Zoom in close with macro-ring lights that fit right on your camera's lens and illuminate tiny objects. Macro-ring lights, used in food and botanical photography, provide an accurate photograph without shadow distortion
- Light up architectural details with large portable ring lights. When you need to shoot the details of a building project, a ring light can provide a shadow-free image
- Reduce red-eye, a frequent side effect of using ring lights by having your model turn her gaze slightly away from the camera lens. Alternately, if you must shoot directly, edit out red eye in a photo-editing software program
- Correct over exposure caused by your camera's image sensor by purchasing a through-the-lens (TTL) exposure control that automatically adjusts your camera's light sensor even when you move closer to your subject
- Make your own ring light to avoid paying for an expensive unit. Although, your homemade ring light won't have exposure control, you will save enough money to purchase that telephoto lens you've been wanting
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