Last week, I took a look at personal projects and showed how I created my most recent portrait series. These personal projects are a great way to grow as a photographer and create new work you have a passion for, as you have the opportunity to create images with full control of the visual style. However, they may not always require you to step out of your comfort zone. To expand your repertoire of photographic knowledge and to create a more diverse, yet consistent portfolio, you need to experiment.
This is clever! 3 Lighting Setups in 1 second.
Here’s some portrait lighting vids called Lighting Solutions for Portrait Photography. Here’s the link:
Fstoppers has put up some videos of bare flash vs modifiers, Have a look: https://fstoppers.com/lighting/difference-between-using-bare-flash-heads-and-light-shaping-tools-85035
Check out this video (from NoFilmSchool) on using negative fill: http://nofilmschool.com/2015/03/add-dimension-contrast-scenes-using-negative-fill-lighting