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December 25, 2011 @ 02:03 PM
nat turner

Post: 1794

Join Date: Jul 2008

What are some non studio equipment lighting techniques that are pretty useful?

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December 25, 2011 @ 02:39 PM
athrty

Post: 150

Join Date: Nov 2011

Location: ger

indirect lighting, you just need a lamp and a lets call it ''reflector'' ( i dont know the correct english term) which can be anything like a sheet of white poster size paper. also experiment with different kinds of bulbs, for warm / cold lighting. or just cover the lamp you use with a piece of cloth to make the light less harsh. i use these things for portraits/ set up pics of certain things alot. cheap easy and with a bit of experimenting with the stuff you got at home it might lead to great results.

also try purposely harsh lighting and underexposing then and vice versa, at a certain degree the outcomes, especially shadows are quite interesting

but thats just what i do for shits'n'giggles i dont take the photographing too serious, just a hobby
December 26, 2011 @ 12:27 AM
bacontaco

Post: 262

Join Date: May 2011

Location: ATL

yeah for zero budget stuff, ikea lamps work really well as makeshift softboxes.
if you've got a little money, get a yn-560 (speedlight), some cheap cowboy studio triggers, a stand and an umbrella (about 120 in all) and start doing one one point studio lighting stuff. for an example of what this looks like, check out tthx's photos here http://hypebeast.com/forums/arts/149765/?topic_page=61#post-3271668

and read the strobist at strobist.blogspot.com

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