Rembrandt lighting is one of the most classic and fundamental lighting techniques in photography, and you will still see it used quite commonly today. This great video will show you how to create a Rembrandt lighting setup for portrait work.… Read More
Rachel and Daniel of Mango Street—one of the most popular photography channels on YouTube—have put together a great, straight-to-the-point guide to capturing that “moody” style of portrait that’s become a popular counter-point to the “dreamy” overexposed look that often dominates lifestyle imagery.… Read More
Ask any professional portrait photographer what artificial lighting they use for outdoor portraits, and the chances are good that many of them will respond by saying they use a monolight.
Monolights are ideally suited for outdoor portraiture because their light output is highly adjustable and their heads can be fitted with modifiers and other attachments to modify the light.
The problem with monolights is that they aren’t exactly lightweight, nor are they easy to carry around, especially once you have a modifier, light stands, and so forth in tow as well.
Besides, there’s a much cheaper option than using a monolight, and that, my friends, is a speedlight.
In this article, you will witness a portrait shootout between a landscape photographer and a portrait photographer. Who do you think will capture the best portrait images?
If you’re ready to take your portraits to the next level, an upgrade in the camera department might be in order.
Sony makes some truly incredible cameras, many of which are ideally suited for portraiture. The question is, what are the best Sony cameras for portraits?
Below, I’ve listed my top choices at vastly different price ranges.
Finding new locations to shoot can sometimes be a challenge, especially when you don’t live in the area. What can you do to improve your chances of finding those amazing photoshoot locations?
Understanding good lighting is one of the most crucial aspects of creating elegant and compelling portraits. This great video will show you seven common and highly useful portrait lighting setups (most of which only use one light) in just 70 seconds.