Studio Lighting Video Tutorial

Awesome series of studio lighting tutorial by Ken Henderson APAGB. Recorded in the UK on 9th March 2007. Uploaded by David with permission of Ken Henderson.

If you download the file, you’ll need the FLV Player to play the video.


Studio Lighting Video Tutorial Part 1 – Download Video


Studio Lighting Video Tutorial Part 2 – Download Video


Studio Lighting Video Tutorial Part 3 – Download Video


Studio Lighting Video Tutorial Part 4 – Download Video


Studio Lighting Video Tutorial Part 5 – Download Video


Studio Lighting Video Tutorial Part 6 – Download Video


Studio Lighting Video Tutorial Part 7 – Download Video


Studio Lighting Video Tutorial Part 8 – Download Video

6 Responses to “Studio Lighting Video Tutorial”

  1. vitor says:

    Hello

    Great tutorial !

    I was wondering how many watts should have the lights for portrait or fashion full body?
    Another thing if it is studio fashion photos ,what size would the softboxe have.
    What if the best shape for the softboxes in portrait and fashion body shots?

    Thanks
    Vitor

  2. Jens says:

    Manual Trackback:
    Im "Digital Photography Journal"
    bin ich auf acht sehr interessante Videos
    zum Thema Portraitbeleuchtung gestossen. Ein gewisser Ken Henderson
    vermittelt in sehr verständlichem Englisch die Basics der
    Portraitbeleuchtung/-fotografie. Für Anfänger ein unbedingter Surfbefehl
    und selbst für alte Hasen sind immer noch zwei, drei nützliche Tipps
    enthalten. Auf Flickr verrät Ken ein
    wenig mehr über sich

  3. Mark says:

    I’m currently using 300watts and it works like a charm.

  4. William says:

    Thans Ken Henderson , very useful and nice presentation!

  5. Dwayne Alers says:

    Hi ken , im new on the video buz, i have a HDV camera JVC by the way, and i want to shoot DVD of fitnees but outside in a park, i dont have any money to invest in reflector, and light , so bought to big white panel i will cover it with aluminum foil, and also bought 1500 watts lamps, now my question is you think this would work for my proyect, so i can eliminate the shadow of the sun.
    Thanks for the time reding my email.
    Dwayne Alers
    Florida

  6. Garry says:

    Thanks, I like your video regarding studio lighting

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