Scott Madrigal Split lighting assignment, this was lit with a YN600 placed on camera... (show more)

Scott Madrigal Rembrandt lighting assignment, this was lit with a YN600 placed on... (show more)

Scott Madrigal Butterfly lighting assignment, this was lit with a YN600 placed on... (show more)

Scott Madrigal Loop Lighting Assignment, this was lit with a YN600 placed on camera and... (show more)

Scott Madrigal Flat Light Portrait. Using my daughter to model. This was lit with a... (show more)

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Scott Madrigal Really good point, I’m not sure that it would be since this is a tight shot. I don’t think we’d see fall off between the two, it’d be a good test...

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Shannon Woulfe My lovely model is back for a (finally) warm January day in the Midwest.... (show more)

David Phillips For Lighting 101, assignment 2.8 (balancing ambient light w/ flash for... (show more)

David Phillips For the Lighting 101 class, assignment 2.6 (balancing ambient light w/... (show more)

Shannon Woulfe Kudos to my wife for being my model. :) Off camera speed light with an... (show more)

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Shannon Woulfe Thanks Matt! I certainly would have gone softer for a deliverable image, but I purposely chose a harder light to see each lighting position for this... (show more)

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Alex Buckland My attempt at split lighting. Rotolight camera left 30% power.

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Matthew Saville Haha ok now that eyeball just looks creepy! My own eyes are going to feel uneasy for the rest of the day...

Alex Buckland My attempt at loop lighting. Rotolight was on continuous light at 30%... (show more)

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Matthew Saville Yup, nailed it again. Keep in mind of course, getting the difference between Butterfly, Loop, and Rembrandt can be tough on a living subject, since they may... (show more)

Alex Buckland My attempt at rembrandt lighting. Rotolight camera left 30% power

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Matthew Saville Nailed it! When you see the triangle shadow of the nose, you know you've got Rembrandt lighting. Sometimes it's good to also create a triangle of light under... (show more)