Photo Cards - Lighting (800)

Photo Cards - Lighting (800)

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This app is designed for any Android device that has a 800 pixel long edge.

This app provides the user with 16 different lighting setup cards, each with a lighting diagram, instructions specific to that lighting setup, and a photo taken with that lighting setup. There are seven setups that were created with 1 light, six setups created with 2 lights, and three setups created with 3 lights.
Each setup has an overhead view diagram with the layout of the light(s) in relation to the placement of the model. There is a also a photo taken with each setup for reference as well as tips on getting the best results. You can also browse through a gallery of 54 images taken with these 16 setups for more posing ideas and each is linked back to the setup used to capture the image.
This is a great resource whether you are just starting out with lighting and posing or if are looking for some new ideas for some different lighting setups. The photos for these shots were all taken in the studio but can easily be replicated hot shoe camera flashes, studio strobes, or even reflectors and natural light setups.

This is an invaluable resource for any photographer and will definitely help you by giving you more confidence in trying new lighting setups. As well as getting results that both you and your subject are sure to be happy with.

This app is designed for any Android device that has a 800 pixel long edge.

Tags: ligthing set up.

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  • (64 stars)

    by Michael on 03/11/2011

    This is what I was looking for, it will be helpful.
    Would like to be able to alternately zoom between the method diagram & example picture (even if it changes the screen to portrait view).