43 Replies to “Studio Photography On Location: Part ONE: Settings”

  1. nice quick video. The set up is so simple with very good results. thanks for uploading Dom

  2. Hey great shots. My question is when I take pictures with my speed lite in the smellier manner they are very harsh in lights how to create more softness?

  3. i tried the same settup and my model ended up so blown out io was unreal..i had to turn my power setting down to 1/64 power ..can you explain why it didnt work when i set the settings u used…the only thing i changed  was the iso to 100..u mentioned you used an omni bounce in the beuty dish ..is this true? i coundnt put n omni bounce through attached to the flasht through the beauty dish if i wanted too..please help..only thing that really made a diiferance was if i feathered thre light..not pointing the beauty dish straight at her

  4. Having the same type beautydish, I was wondering if you have found one that works better? Cause I find it to be better then bare flah, but fare worse then a studio beautydish. Tried one at a pro studio once and it was pure magic compared to this one.

  5. The tamron 28-75mm lens will work find on that camera. its a great lens for a low price, highly advised.

  6. had it set to commander mode so it does not affect the image at all. read up on nikon CLS for more details regarding that

  7. I have nikon d 5100, is that lens gonna work with it? or because its not full frame camera its gonna be like 100mm on my camera? thanks

  8. I know you can't show someone photos without their OK, but if you have not see this one, check it out. She is a non pro in the US with a population of 400 in her town. Regina Pagles will get you to regina pagles photography

  9. just from some guy in a carpark in edinburgh.
    check my blog, (samyang 85mm review) even took a photo of him and put him on the blog.

  10. another good video,is f8 a shallow depth of field though? how do you trigger your flash? i cant afford pocket wizards,what one are you using,is it expensive?thanks for the vid by the way

  11. yes, either is good, the umbrella will send more light all over the place so may be more difficult to control that you dont get any spill light on the background.

  12. I see you are doing two light setup. If I only have one light, would you suggest me using a beauty dish or an umbrella?

  13. nice vid I need to renew my passport and like to have a good photo I have a canon T1i but not sure about the settings etc. I know how to align it for passport requirement but dont know how to take a good shot of my head. It will be greatly appreciated Thank you in advance.

  14. Hello Dom I have been a big fan of low key but I have only done in PP now I have found this tut I should be able to do it Camera oh and thanks for putting data up on screen as well makes it easy to pulse get the information down on paper great idea thanks again new subscriber 🙂

  15. hello, nice video tutorial, i would like to know whats that black and white circle part you have on your speedlite flash.

  16. Wow! You sir, are awesome! I'm too poor to have space for a studio, but this really lifted my spirit! Thank you very much.

  17. using the umbrella as the hair light will skatter a lot of light on the background and also not be very direct. it should really be just a highlight on the hair

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