Category Archives: Introductory Studio Lighting

Common Sense Lighting 2012 – Class #5: Softbox and Fill = Controlled Window Lighting

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Common Sense Lighting 2012 – Class #7: Playboy Centerfold = Three Lights for Beauty & Glamor

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Common Sense Lighting 2012 – Class #6: Three Lights = Key & Fill + Rim and/or Background Lighting

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Common Sense Lighting 2012 – Class #4: Two Soft Lights for Key and Fill

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Common Sense Lighting 2012 – Class #3: Two Hard Opposed Lights

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Common Sense Lighting 2012 – Class #1: One Hard Light

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Common Sense Lighting for Portraiture – Early 2012

Click here to enroll in the January 17th Introduction Class, 7:30 – 9:30 PM Just $10.00 in advance or $30.00 day of the event Does good studio portrait lighting have to be complex?  Absolutely not!  If you have already accumulated … Continue reading

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Common Sense Lighting for Beauty Portraiture beginning February 7th, 2012

Does good studio portrait lighting have to be complex?  Absolutely not!  If you have already accumulated skills with a camera in photographing people, it only requires the additional understanding of a few basic principles combined with a little technical knowledge … Continue reading

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Models for Common Sense Lighting – Fall 2011

Here is the model line-up for the series. September 14th – Luzia Bel  MM#1260976  “One Hard Light”   September 21st Blue River Dream  MM#225550  “Umbrella plus Reflector”   September 28th – Jemma McDime  MM#1341784  “Softbox plus Fill”   October 5th … Continue reading

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Common Sense Lighting for Beauty Portraiture

Click here to enroll in the August 25th Introduction Class Does good studio portrait lighting have to be complex?  Absolutely not!  If you have already accumulated skills with a camera in photographing people, it only requires the additional understanding of … Continue reading

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