Equipment used: Camera: Canon EOS R5 | Lenses: Canon RF50mm F1.2 L USM & Canon RF15-35mm F2.8 L IS USM…
Often, when photographers think of “flash photography” or alternate light sources, they think dramatic, but sometimes, all we need is some lighting to fill and even out the skin.
At ShutterFest 2021 in September, I had time to do something I usually don’t…and that’s shoot :) Union Station is packed with unique locations, so we grabbed Lauren Austin, one of our models in the Rent-A-Human model program and got to work.
Working with quick changing light sources (like the sun) can be tricky, but Profoto's OCF Softbox 3' Octa Saved the day.
Headshots are in huge demand right now. Why? Well, if I had to guess, more people than ever are working remotely and most companies want more than a glorified selfie for their profiles.
Join top photographer Sal Cincotta in this free video where he helps you make the most out of your studio portraits with one light.
I am excited to announce the new Profoto OCF light shaping tools. Barn doors, grids, gels and snoots made with magnetic attachments are now available for your Profoto B10 lighting system. Now you have the flexibility to expand your lighting system—and your creativity.
Sometimes, one light is all you need to make killer images. The Profoto A1X is one of the most versatile tools in the Profoto lighting eco-system in my opinion. Not only is it powerful being used as a single light, but when combined with the Profoto eco-system of lights, you have one of the most powerful lighting systems on the planet.
Dramatic portraits are easier to create than you might think. In this video I show you how to create these images straight out of camera without any photoshop. No sky swaps. Learn how to master your lighting and you will create portraits that allow your images to stand out from the crowd.
Even natural light photographers should learn how to use flash with their outdoor portraits. Why? Because flash, if used correctly, will allow you to fill in those shadows without blowing out your highlights. It doesnt have to be hard. In this video, I will show you how a little pop…