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Attaching lights to the subject

Attaching lights to the subject: Location Photography: From Research to Post-Production
Attaching lights to the subject: Location Photography: From Research to Post-Production

What is an out-of-the-box way to create motion in the photograph without moving the camera as you take the picture? By attaching small lights to your subject. In this video, author Joe McNally takes you through how he decided where to place bicycle lights to a dancer to create the motion he wanted in the photograph.

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Skill Level Intermediate
1h 14m
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Photography Portraits Lighting Photoshop

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