In this video we show you a very simple setup of one flash and a softbox. This is the easiest setup to start with and we have been using this setup for our portraits for many years. When I first started wedding photography I just used one flash on the top of my camera with a diffuser and had it angled at 45 degrees. The photos came out okay because the photos captured the emotion of the people and made my brides happy but I wanted it to be better. Slowly but surely I build up my equipment and learned from other photographers and the internet how to use off camera flash. When I got really good at it I noticed what a difference it made in my photos. With the off camera flash they are more dramatic and dynamic and they have better color. It just made such a difference! I hear lots of people are natural light photographers (I love shooting in natural light too!) and that works great but I feel that photographers need to know how to photograph in all lighting situations. “Better safe than sorry” is one of the mottos that I live by.) We know off camera lighting can be intimidating but it does not have to be. Joel and I are going to start an online off camera lighting series and we are going to take you through it step by step and make it easy to understand and remember. We have several video ideas if you have any suggestions we would love to hear them! Make sure to SUBSCRIBE to my YouTube Channel so you don’t miss future videos!! We really appreciate all of your support!! 🙂 To get the videos first Subscribe to our mailing list First Name Email Address Here are the photos we got: To get the videos first Subscribe to our mailing list First Name Email Address
I personally like taking dramatic photos. When I saw another photographers work using a glass prism to add more emphasis and drama to their photos I just loved it and knew I had to try it. We have taken photos with the prism at weddings and our brides just love the way they come out. In our video we show you which prism to get, which lenses to use and we show you how to use it. We have a part 2 coming up next week so stay tuned for that. Leave us a comment below or on Youtube and we would love to hear your suggestions for future videos.
This is a video on how to light at night using speed lights with no ambient light. If you liked this video visit my YouTube channel for more and don’t forget to subscribe! We would love to have you! Leave a comment here on on YouTube to let us know if this helped. We would also like to know what other videos you want to see.