Become a master of professional portrait lighting with these 24 essential studio lighting set-ups. Our free portrait lighting guide offers everything you need to know to get set up, plus illustrations of the effects.
In this tutorial we show you how to shoot with high-key lighting to create portraits with extra impact. We’ll show you how to set up your camera and flash, as well as great ways to process your high-key images.
In his latest guest post, Scott Kelby explains how to find the perfect marriage between camera settings and flash to create a vision of beauty.
Liven up your shots with some shady shapes. In this creative lighting tutorial we show you how to get the lighting right so you can incorporate shadows into your portraits.
In the latest instalment of his ongoing series, Scott Kelby explains how careful attention to detail made all the difference to this boxing photo, which he shot on location with two lights. Below he explains how he created atmosphere in an ordinary gym setting.
You can pre-set a great deal when you’ve got full control over your shooting conditions. The latest instalment in our series of pre-shot checklists examines the best camera settings for studio flash.
In his new series in Digital Camera magazine and Digital Camera World, the legendary Scott Kelby reveals some of the behind-the-scenes secrets of some of his favourite images. This month Scott explains how to get a pro-level look to your portraiture without resorting to complex lighting, using just a simple one-light portrait setup.
In this step-by-step tutorial we explain the delicate art of catchlight photography and how to create custom shapes in your portrait subject’s eyes.
Are you looking for constant lighting or something a bit more flash? In this group test we compare 4 flash heads and 4 constant head for your digital studio to find out which is the best studio lighting for photographers.
In a new series in Digital Camera magazine and Digital Camera World, the legendary Scott Kelby reveals some of the behind-the-scenes secrets of some of his greatest images. This month Scott explains how he set up two distinctive portraits with just one strobe light.