Using two flashes on two light stands for a ratio lighting portrait


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Using two flashes on two light stands for a ratio lighting portrait

I'm going to talk about a couple things right now. We have two light stands now instead of one, and we're also going to talk about ratio lighting; in other words, how do these two stands relate to one another? So, why do we have two stands? Well, one of the reasons why I like two stands is it's a very flexible setup. In other words, I can have a light stand here, a light stand here, as you see behind me. I can have one person, I can have three people, I can have five people, and I don't have to change my lightning at all.

So, this is a very flexible thing. This is really good for like at a wedding reception, anniversary, stuff like that, where maybe you're going to be shooting families and couples, all that good stuff. So, how does it work? Well, let me get into it a little bit right now, and we'll drill down. How are you doing Katrina? Yeah? So, before I take some shots of Katrina, I'm going to talk about what's going on with these two lights. So, you notice th...

Using two flashes on two light stands for a ratio lighting portrait
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