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Lighting 201: Single Source Off-Camera Light Shaping

Welcome to Lighting 201 | Single Source Off-Camera Light Shaping, the best workshop for teaching photographers, from the ground up, how to use Flash Photography.


Get the Flash Off Your Camera – Lighting 201 picks up right where Lighting 101 leaves off as we will begin to develop on all of our previous techniques in lighting, light shaping, and light modification. In this workshop, we will focus on creating amazing images with only the use of a single off-camera flash.

Comprehensive Guide to Lighting Gear – As we move into Lighting 201, we will be dealing with far more gear than we previously have in Lighting 101. This workshop begins by helping  you better understand and master all the different types of lighting gear and technologies. We discuss everything from budget and inexpensive gear to medium and higher quality gear. All the while, we stress that regardless of the type of equipment you use, you can still end up with professional quality results.

Advanced Creative Techniques – In this workshop, we start to emphasize creative light control over corrective light control and show you how to use your single off-camera flash to get interesting new looks to your images. Lighting 201 will teach you everything from backlighting your subjects for creative effects, using light modifiers and DIY gobos to manipulate light, and other techniques to help take your images to the next level.

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01. Chapter 1 Intro

02. Welcome to Lighting 201!

03. OCF = Anytime/Anyplace

04. Lighting 101 Speed Review

01. Chapter 2 Intro

02. Wired, Infrared or Radio?

03. “Pocket, Medium, Full Strobe?”

04. Our 3 Favorite Flashes “Pocket Strobes”

05. 4 More Flashes “Pocket Strobes” Worth Looking At

06. Our 2 Favorite Medium Strobes

07. Our 2 Favorite Radio Triggers

08. 5 Simple Steps to Trouble Shooting Radios/OCFs

09. Fantastic ND Filters at Any Price Range

10. Our Favorite “Sticks”

11. Our Favorite Ultra-Portable OCF Light Modifiers

12. 12 Mounting and Must-Have Lighting Accesories

13. Gear Setup – Setting Up a Light stand or “Stick”

14. Gear Setup – Setting Up a Monopod Light or “Boom Stick”

15. Gear Setup – Setting Up a “Medium Boom Stick”

16. Gear Setup – Setting Up a Manual Flash “Big Boom Stick”

17. Gear Setup – Setting Up a Full Feature Flash “Big Boom Stick”

01. Chapter 3 Intro

02. 8 Steps to Perfecting Each Scene & Image When Using OCF

03. Over Powering the Sun – Part I

04. Over Powering the Sun – Part II

05. Slow Down! Watch the Details

06. More Power Without the Power

07. Adding to Existing Light – Part I

08. Bare Bulbing with Large Groups

09. Black Lighting to Create Interest

10. Getting Crazy with the “Whip Pan”

01. Chapter 4 Intro

02. The Flash Modifier You Already Own

03. The Oh-So Powerful Umbrella

04. Large Group Shots with an Umbrella

05. Exposure Balancing via Lightroom

06. Portable Softboxes – Westcott Apollo

07. More Light Control, Just Grid It!

08. Dusk + Modified Pocket Strobes

09. More Power? Medium Strobes FTW!

10. Perfect it In-Camera. Then Photoshop

11. Adding to Existing Light – Part II

12. Adding or Enhancing Light Direction

13. Our Ideal Group Lighting Technique

14. Incorporating Flares with Flash

15. Cutting Light, Grids and GOBOs

01. Chapter 5 Intro

02. Fog + Flash + Grid = Dramatic Change

03. BYOL! The 3-Light Setup That Only Requires One Light!

04. What About The Fill Light?

05. Backlight + GOBO + Fog = Magic

06. Drawing Attention via Light Shaping

07. Visualizing Light & Color Shifts

08. Mixing Ambient + GOBO w/Flash

09. Better Light Can Change Everything!

01. Chapter 6 Intro

02. Subtle Refinement = Massive Difference

03. Great Light Changes Everything! Part II

04. Manually Triggered RCS + Shutter Drag

05. The Right Power for Each Scene

06. Dodging and Burning via Light In-Camera

07. Subtle Light for Natural Portraits

08. Light Modification & Simple Compositing

09. Expanding Your Photographic Vision

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