Join David Hobby for an in-depth discussion in this video About the lighting: Setup three, part of Insights on Building a Photography Business.
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Okay, guess the light time. what do you think?…How many people, how many people say grid spot?…Grid spot, everybody? Well, sort of right and sort of wrong.…if you can pull back a little bit what you'll see is my face is not in a…grid spot of light, but it's really in the…convergence of two lights coming from top and bottom.…So, it's, sort of, a mixture of third degree.…Eh, third degree light.…That you know, light coming from really hard right over the top.…Where were you on the night of the murder kind of stuff and clam shell light.…But it's clam shell light that's even turned away from me just a little bit.…
Because I want to have the, I want to have the edges of that light to work against.…Now, actually, Ed, can you come in a little bit?…and bring it back into the original, original crop?…You want to see how, how tight the angles matter.…I'm going to move my face in closer and watch out quickly the slight changes.…It's going to get brighter but I'll take that back down in a minute.…So let's take it down. Just completely different light.…
A compass point is a set of guidelines aimed at helping you arrive at the intersection of your personal interests and your business goals. In this course, David talks about his experiences running a photography business that's rooted in photojournalism and the community where he lives. The course combines honest advice and practical techniques from a photographer with firsthand experience setting up a successful business.
As an extra bonus, each movie in the course is lit in a different way, and David shares his lighting techniques for each one.