Creating Professional Photography w/ $30 Reflectors – Photography Lighting Tutorial

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25 comments

  1. so agree..

  2. very helpful video. thanks for not only showing how you did the shots step by step. but the before/after,and edited ones. helps alot

  3. kirsticatification

    what size reflector are you using?

  4. What lens and camera are u using in this video? Pretty nice photos even without edits!
    Cheers!

  5. Im doing a shoot this and this is going to come in handy thanks a lot!

  6. nice info

  7. Cool, Nice Photo!

  8. I just bought a 5-in-one and trying to get it to work for me. When a bright sun is behind or to the side of my subject and I try to reflect it back into the subject’s face it is just too blinding. If anyone sees this and has a suggestion, please feel free to offer info…..

  9. connorthompson05

    So at 6:00 the before shot looks really good, and then after, the un-editied part looks better than the edited… does anyone agree?

  10. и халдей нужен который носить будет

  11. они сука дорогие
    

  12. Nice vid. Thanks for posting!

  13. Kristen Bellatti

    Reflectors can be found for cheaper prices for those who are on a super tight budget or who beat their equipment to death. I’ve seen 32″ reflectors for less than $12, and 42″ for less than $17. Even better, you can just make your own. I’ve used everything from t-shirts to foam core board.

  14. TheOtherPseudonym

    thank you. great video

  15. Thank you so much!!! This is exactly what i was looking for…now that i bough a reflector kit!

  16. anyone else feel that his edited versions are worse than the shots straight from the camera?

  17. Great vid, thanks for the tips 🙂

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  19. you can use a 50mm but you have to take a step back.
    Or you can buy a 35mm, but you don’t have to at all.

  20. Nice video, but your photoshop edits arent that pretty ^^
    Also, a instant comparison of both shots would be nice!

  21. Very clever

  22. WHAT?!? That’s so amazing!!! Thanks for the big tip!!

  23. using a 50mm lens on a non full frame camera will be the same or i will have to use another lens?

  24. andrewstuartallen

    Thanks for this very clear and useful lesson!

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