Studio lighting made easy: here's a simple setup for portraiture

Phil Barker shows how to create a simple and straightforward studio lighting setup for portraiture
(Image credit: Future)

Shooting a wide range of subjects for both editorial and advertising purposes, I have worked in photography studios for the last five years. I cover a variety of subject matters from musicians and actors to automobiles and trainers. Each client I work with requires adjusting my style of photography, adapting my lighting, and altering my editing process to fit their brief. 

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