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High Power Posing vs. Low Power Posing – the body language has a huge influence on the effect of your pictures

The body language of your model has an enormous influence on the visual impact of your photos. We tell you how you can support the expressiveness of your pictures by planned posing and show you with examples what is behind the terms “High Power” & “Low Power” Poses. As a photographer, you don’t always get a model in front of ... Read More »

From concept to light – Julien Apruzzese talks about his methodology of creating an image

“ Light is everything. Painters start on white canvas. We start on black canvas and so paint lights. And with excellent light, the difference between cameras becomes minimal.” Julien Apruzzese is passionate about art and science. Working as a photographer and retoucher, he sees himself as an image creator. Like a painter, the realistic rendering hardly pleases him, he prefers ... Read More »

How to use feathering with your lights – set.a.light 3D V2.0 – Tips and trick

A guest article by Ole Berek. Have you ever wondered how photographers use their lights to achieve an even lightdistribution across the frame? Today let me show you how. To measure the correctexposure I have used the greycard trick as posted last time. To keep this example simple we will use front lighting and a 60x60cm softbox. Howeveryou can use ... Read More »

The Light Blaster – How it works!

What is the Light Blaster anyway?The Light Blaster is a flash-based image projector (slide projector attachment for hot shoe strobes). You can use it to project images into the room, much like with a beamer. For the projection slides (35 mm) are used. Thus, the image that you want to project must first be exposed on a “real” slide. What ... Read More »

Tutorial: How to set the correct exposure in set.a.light 3D V2.0 – Tips and tricks

A guest article by Ole Berek. Today it is all about the question, how to expose correctly? And what does this mean – correct exposure? In photography everything is allowed and technically „wrong“ pictures often lead to amazing results. To get the right base and understanding to start such experiments it is good to know how to set the exposure ... Read More »