Workshop Lighting techniques BTCD March 31 2018

In todays episode I take you behind the scenes during the workshop “lighting techniques” with Anouk. Plus I draw the winner from the competition we ran during Professional Imaging.

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DC Tip when Capture One only deletes or processes one image

It sometimes happens that software you know very well starts behaving differently… often it’s just a simple setting that you normally never use that is the problem.

In Capture One this one caught me off guard a few times.
If you ever experienced Capture One refusing to delete or process more than one image…. this does the trick.

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Results final day at the Professional imaging 2018

Today the final results from the Professional imaging 2018.

Model : Sheena
MUA : Christa
Styling : Nadine

Shot during my and Nadines talk on the live shoot theater.

During my talk it was all about what can go wrong during a photoshoot.
I started with two strobes and some cool styling and more through the talk things “broke” down and power failed, meaning I ended up with one strobe, no smoke machine (showing how to emulate smoke) and eventually when all strobes “broke” down I continued with a lightbulb, and when power failed a torch… but that battery ran down…. so the last shot was with just smartphones.

If you want to be creative with “alternative lightsources” make sure to check my latest instructional video “Any light will do” via www.frankdoorhof.com/videos

Strobes
Water to give it a certain moodUsing a strong lensflare by pointing the strobe towards camera Stage lights, so actually no lightsShot with tungsten lightbulbTorchSmartphones

 

And the shots from Nadines talk.
She talked about getting styling for hardly any budget.

Guys I hope you liked our posts from the tradeshow floors.
It’s always difficult to get good results on stage or during demos but I think we did ok 😀

 

Day 3 professional imaging BTCD March 26 2018

In todays episode another 1 second tip from Jon Hernandez.
Plus we take you behind the scenes during the last day of Professional imaging.

It was an amazing 2 weeks with Birmingham and professional imaging next after each other, so I’m gonna take a few days off… but we will be back on Saturday for a new workshop.

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