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In this course, Rich Harrington and Abba Shapiro give beginning photographers a brisk look at using strobe lights in a studio setting—lessons that easily translate to the field and locations, inside and out. Learn why shooting with strobes and continuous lighting makes such a big impact on your photographs, and how to buy a good, affordable starter kit. Rich and Abba also show how to set your gear up, trigger your lights, and make modifications with accessories like reflectors, umbrellas, and soft boxes. Finally, learn how to make the most of what you have in a series of lighting challenges.
Abba, I've had a lot of fun today. >> Me too. >> And, you know what's also a lot of fun? Post production. >> I love post production. >> And, in fact, we've been sharing with you a little bit along the way with tethering, right. We've given them a hit of what post production could look like for these image. >> Absolutely. And as a matter of fact, you should always think about what the shot's going to look like after you post it, while you're shooting it. >> Alright. So, we've given you a couple of pictures here with both the before and the after. And what I want to do is set you guys loose to use your favorite image editor and process these.
So it doesn't matter, they can use Aperture, Lightroom, PhotoShop, anything, right. >> Exactly. Whatever works. And just take these images and open them up and see if you can make a great look that comes close to what we developed here. You don't have to do it exactly but I just want you to get your hands dirty and try it out. And then after you do that come back and watch the next movie and we'll show you how we did the post processing.
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