Join Abba Shapiro for an in-depth discussion in this video Continuous lighting makes it easier to achieve soft-light looks, part of Up and Running with Studio Strobes.
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With constant light, one of the things that you get as a bi-product.…>> Yeah.…>> Is usually it's softer.…And doesn't mean that strobes can't be soft.…I mean, I see a lot of modifiers back…there where you can soften and control your light.…>> But out of the box they sort of come that way.…>> Right, I mean there, in this case, it's a nice, soft diffusion material.…If it's LED panel, it's a large area of light.…>> Yeah. >> Instead of a focused beam…of light.…And you're going to get naturally a much softer feel, which can…be kind of nice if that's the look that you're trying to achieve.…
>> Yeah, if you're going for soft portrait, you're…doing product photography where you want nice, even lighting.…It's going to be a good choice for you, and this is really straight forward.…In this case here, you nailed it we have an LED panel.…Tons of options out there, very popular, lots of photographers…like these LED lights because they last for…a long time, and they're very power efficient, right?…>> You don't eat up a lot of power when you're working with these LEDs.…
- Why shoot with strobes?
- Buying a lighting setup or parts
- Mixing brands
- Understanding the components of a studio strobe kit
- Getting to know your lights
- Triggering a light
- Setting up your lights effectively
- Testing your strobes
- Modifying strobe lights