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Photography tutorial: Lighting a white background

Lighting a white background for portraits

Chris Burfoot AMPA ASWPP shows us how to light a white background when shooting portraits.

Added: 23rd July 2009

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Studio photography with two softboxes

Shooting with two softboxes

A softbox is a useful studio light accessory and two is even better as Chris Burfoot AMPA ASWPP explains.

Added: 15th July 2009
How to light your product shots you want to put on ebay

How to light your product shots

Chris Burfoot AMPA ASWPP shows us how to light our products to make them sell, sell, sell.

Added: 13th July 2009
Advice on portrait lighting with Michael Alan Bielat

Lighting a portrait

ePHOTOzine spoke to portrait photographer Michael Alan Bielat to see how he lights portraits.

Added: 25th March 2009
The principles of Studio Lighting

The principles of Studio Lighting

Goran Katic explains the technical side of studio lighting

Added: 6th June 2008 | Brand: ACDSee
A quick tip for better portrait eyes

A quick tip for better portrait eyes

Ron McCormack shares a tip he picked up to make sure your subjects eyes are better lit in studio photography

Added: 6th June 2008
Using a Softbox - studio lighting beginners' guide

Using a Softbox - studio lighting beginners' guide

A softbox is a useful studio light accessory that provides a wonderful soft light as Chris Burfoot AMPA ASWPP explains.

Added: 3rd January 2008
Using a Main and Fill light - studio lighting beginners' guide

Using a Main and Fill light - studio lighting beginners' guide

Chris Burfoot explains how to replace a reflector with a second studio flash to act as a controllable fill in light. Words and pictures Chris Burfoot AMPA ASWPP

Added: 4th December 2007
Adding a second flash - studio lighting beginners' guide

Adding a second flash - studio lighting beginners' guide

Chris Burfoot explains how adding a second studio flash can add sparkle to a studio photo. Words and Pictures Chris Burfoot AMPA ASWPP

Added: 3rd October 2007
High light, soft light - studio lighting beginners' guide

High light, soft light - studio lighting beginners' guide

Attaching a flash umbrella to your studio flash light is the first step to better lighting and is one of the basic principals of lighting “The bigger the light the softer it is”. Here we explain one of the basic lighting improvements in our studio lighting beginners' guide series. Words and Pictures Chris Burfoot AMPA ASWPP

Added: 20th July 2007
Create your own digital studio style background

Create your own digital studio style background

How to use Photoshop to create a studio style canvas background

Added: 5th January 2003
Fill-in flash explained

Fill-in flash explained

We explain how to use fill-in flash

Added: 5th January 2003