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Working with reflectors to supplement light

Light is being reflected around us every day. Mirrors, glass, water, white walls, and even white tablecloths reflect light. By reflecting light onto your subject, you have more control over the quality of light in your image. If your subject has under eye circle, wrinkles and bumps, they all but disappear when a reflector is used to bounce light back into their face. So I'm going to take a few shots, that looks nice but it's very contrasty, so Lauren could you help me out again, with the reflector? >> You want to use the goldish side? >> Let's try the silver gold side. >> Okay >> See how that works. That's great, yeah.

You're kind of filling in those shadows there, that's nice. And Josh, you can close your eyes for a second while I get set, because I know the lights really bright. While we sort of fill it in and figure out where we're going to be. Yeah, if you can get really close. I think that, I think that's goo...

Working with reflectors to supplement light
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Working with reflectors to supplement light provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Erin Manning as part of the Up and Running with Lighting: Natural Light

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