Creative Portrait Photography with the Nanlite Gobo
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by Zeda Bartlett-Duhr
1w ago
Things get super creative in this portrait photography training video using the Nanlite Projection Attachment aka a Gobo. If you are looking to unleash your creativity this is a must have tool in your photography lighting bag. We love using this tool and it can be seen in multiple videos on our youtube channel. In the video you will get insight into some portrait photography lighting techniques that you can use the next time you are working with led lights or any indoor shoots with continuous lights. To learn more about Nanlite visit nanliteus.com. Equipment Used: Camera: Canon EOS R3 Le ..read more
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Hard Light Beauty Portraits For Photography
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by Zeda Bartlett-Duhr
2w ago
Ready for some hard light beauty portraits? In this behind the scenes photography training video we show you the tips and tools to make it happen. We photographed this photoshoot with Violet in St Louis in a gorgeous property. This lighting technique can be used both on-location or in-studio. People often confuse hard light portraits with Male portraits, but you can use this lighting technique in a variety of ways to create truly unique and stunning beauty portraits. Equipment Used: Camera: Canon EOS R5 Lens: Canon RF70 f2.8 Light: Nanlite Forza 150B, Nanlite FS-60B, Nanlite PJ-BM ..read more
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Bridal Portraits with Off Camera Flash
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by Brianna Gooden
1M ago
Join me during this workshop in London where we work on location with off camera flash during a bridal portrait session. In this tutorial, I will show you how quickly and easily you can use flash to create extremely unique looking portraits for your wedding clients and wedding portfolio. Equipment Used: Camera: Canon EOS R5 Lens: Canon RF15-35 f2.8 Light:Westcott FJ200 Team: Photographer: Sal Cincotta  Model: Aistė  Hair & Makeup: Brandi Patton, Refine Beauty Ready to do on location bridal portraits using off camera flash. Let’s get to it. All right, so we’ve g ..read more
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How to Make Your Portrait Photography More Interesting
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by Brianna Gooden
1M ago
Want to make your portrait photography more interesting? Follow along on this photoshoot where I show you step-by-step some tips and tricks to creating more interesting portrait photography. This tutorial is easy to follow and uses basic items any photographer can get their hands on for a photoshoot. Equipment Used: Camera: Canon EOS R5 Lens: Canon RF28-70 f2.0 Light: Nanlite PavoTube II 6C Team: Photographer: Sal Cincotta  Model: Lauren Middleton Hair & Makeup: Brandi Patton, ReFine Beauty Ready to make your portrait photography more interesting? Let me show you ho ..read more
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Nanlite PavoSlims Photoshoot
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by Brianna Gooden
1M ago
Are you ready for a rooftop photoshoot using the NEW nanlite PavoSlims? These lights are powerful and QUICK to assemble. During this fashion portrait session I show you how-to use these lights to illuminate (fancy word) the building and light up our subject to create very dynamic lighting and a unique look. What makes this look unqiue? We are literally transforming what the naked eye sees by using colored lighting. And best of all, because the lights are so quick and easy to set up – we were up and running in no time. Try that with flash photography! In this tutorial, you will learn some po ..read more
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How to Use a Light Meter for Outdoor Portraits
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by Brianna Gooden
2M ago
Want those moody outdoor portraits using flash? Well its a lot easier than you might think. In this video lighting tutorial I will break down how to use a light meter for outdoor photography. I will show you examples of images both with and without flash. We will talk about how to balance flash with the ambient light, as well as, how to create darker moodier portraits. Equipment Used: Camera: Canon EOS R5 Lens: Canon RF50 f1.2 Light: Westcott FJ400  Light Meter: Sekonic L-478D-U Team: Photographer: Sal Cincotta  Model: Marylyn Phan Hair & Makeup: Brandi Patton, Refin ..read more
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Portrait Photography with the Canon RF24-240mm Lens
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by Brianna Gooden
2M ago
Is the Canon RF24-240 worth it for portrait photographers? Most portrait photographers would never consider a lens like this. We are used to working with faster lenses or primes for that matter. Looking for a versatile lens for your portrait photography? Join Sal Cincotta as he tests out the Canon RF-24-240 lens on a rooftop fashion shoot. Discover how the lens’s f4 to f6.3 aperture range affects the depth of field at different zoom levels. Find out if this lens is the perfect fit for your portrait photography needs. Don’t forget to subscribe for more camera gear reviews and tips! Equipme ..read more
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Fashion Portraits with the Canon RF 35MM Lens
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by Brianna Gooden
2M ago
Welcome, everyone! Sal Cincotta here, and today we’re going to push the boundaries of fashion photography with the incredible Canon RF 35mm lens. This lens is a versatile powerhouse, offering both speed and precision with its fast focus and macro capabilities. Get ready to be amazed as we capture breathtaking shots using just one lens. Make sure to subscribe and join us for more mind-blowing photography adventures! Equipment Used: Camera: Canon EOS R5 Lens: Canon RF 35MM Light: Natural Light Modifiers: Reflector Team: Photographer: Sal Cincotta  Model: Violet Deardorff  ..read more
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Nanlite Forza Moody Portraits
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by Brianna Gooden
2M ago
Looking to take your portrait photography to the next level? Join us as we explore the incredible Nanlite Forza 500B and 150B lights for creating moody and captivating portraits. These lights are a game-changer with their immense power and ability to enhance the mood of any scene. Subscribe to our channel to stay updated on all the latest lighting techniques and gear! Equipment Used: Camera: Canon EOS R5 Lens: Canon RF15-35 f2.8, Canon RF50 f1.2 Light: Nanlite Forza 500B and 150B Team: Photographer: Sal Cincotta  Model: Rachel James Hair & Makeup: Brandi Patton, ReFine Be ..read more
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Double Exposure with the Canon R5
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by Brianna Gooden
2M ago
Have you ever tried in-camera double exposure with the Canon R5? In this how-to tutorial I show you step-by-step how to get started using the Canon R5. Double exposures can truly bring a sense of magic to your overall photography. Be sure to watch until the end where you can see me struggle through it. As creatives, to me, this is all part of the photography process. Don’t be afraid to experiment and fail. It’s how we all grow. Equipment Used: Camera: Canon EOS R5 Lens: Canon RF28-70 f2.0 Light: Natural Light & Nanlite PavoTube   Team: Photographer: Sal Cincotta  ..read more
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