Video Ranking: four / 5
Tags: Damien, Lovegrove, Mastery, Photography, Speedlight, Training
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Photography tips and tutorials from Damien Lovegrove.
This is one of our most popular videos on our Youtube channel where Damien
teaches professional and keen amateur photographers how to use their
speedlights (speedlites) to produce stunning portraits on location.
Check it out! Thanks for watching and don’t forget to subscribe.
WOW!!!! That’s why I love this channel I am learning a lot! Thank you
I’m glad I came across your site….great information!
may i ask what U using to connect speedlite to light stand?
Damian, you are without a doubt one of the most knowledgeable and talented
photographers I have ever come across. Your work are truly inspirational
and the way you work with your subjects is just amazing. Above all, I
cannot believe the amount of questions you have managed to answer and
responses you have given in the comments section of your videos. Utmost
respect to you sir.
Essential skills for wedding and portrait photographers – Using a Gobo to
urn a boring plain wall into an interesting backdrop.
as soon as i saw the begining with the branch being tapped to the stand..i
knew it i loved the idea of it all already!! awesome
Thank you Jon
I like that he’s still using the old 5D in this vid
gray old manchester at is best!!!
dayum I’m speechless. I’ve never thought of using my speed light like that
great video…bt i wud make leaves’ shadows lil more darker…
Just when I thought I was getting a grasp on speedlights, this guy goes and
starts making his own shadows for environmental effect and does it
brilliantly. New subscriber here buddy. Nice work!
Hi Gina, Thanks for your comment, the brick wall is in Castlefield,
cool! 5d classic!
Genius! Love youre vids.
Thank you BuffoonCinema
WOW!!! :0 this is amazing!! wonderful creativity!!
what trigger is that on your camera?
Hi Upcoming Chris. The shadows are a delight. They have a reality that
makes this picture what it is. Like glorious sunlight Cheers, Damien.
Hi Damien … remarkable stuff, keep it coming thanks. Are you able to
advise me where you are in Manchester for this video tutorial as I very
much like the look of the red brick bridge/wall behind you? Thanks ever so
wow.. im crap
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