Composite: Advertising Shooting with One Light Source
2 hrs | Video: 1080p | RAW | TIFF
How to expand the possibilities of lighting if you have only one light source? Take multiple images and combine them into one! This technique is called “composite” and this practical class is dedicated to it. Our creative task is to remove the razor for advertising as if it is a chic sports car, which means that we need light on all the details and surfaces of the subject. Of the equipment we have - one source, one reflector, one rack and one cell. How can one cope with the task with such a set of equipment? Take a look at the class and you will learn all the secrets of the masters of advertising photography.
In this section, Zack shows us the lighting set up he brings to every shoot: The 60 inch convertible umbrella. The best part? It only costs $30! Learn how to master Zack’s technique and watch as he creates a variety of different looks with just one simple light.
Duration: 1hr 24m | Video: h264, yuv420p, 1280x720 30fps | Audio: aac, 44100 Hz, 2 ch | 314 MB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English
Got an interesting suggestion from one of you on how to approach different lightning on hair, I painted three examples in steps form, one with lightning coming from below, one with light coming from above and the last with light coming from the right. I will explain my process on how to paint there three different light source on hair.
English | July 15, 2019 | ASIN: B082T2M7N9, ISBN: 1786274515 | AZW3 | 459 pages | 23.9 MB
Light is as important as colour in creating the right effect, whether on a palette or on a computer. Whether you’re an animator, painter, photographer or illustrator, you need to know how to harness light in your work to create the right effect. Light for Visual Artists is the first and only book that explores the way light can be used to create realistic and fantastical effects in a wide range of media.