Lighting The Bride With Window Light | The Photographer Academy

Lighting The Bride With Window Light

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In this film Mark Cleghorn is shooting in a bride in the studio using the lastolite hilite as his main light source. The hilite is being used as a window light in this shoot which has been covered with some drapes to simulate a window.

Mark talks about the measuring of the light and what working aperture he will be working with just one light source. Marks shooting in mono chrome in this shoot so you can see the tone, contrast and shadow within the image.

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