Food Photography – Working with Studio Light

FOOD PHOTOGRAPHY – WORKING WITH STUDIO LIGHT

Hello there! Today I’m actually over at Kim’s site sharing some of what I know about studio light. There are lots of photos posted and a shorter version of this video that I thought I would share in it’s entirety here. Hope you get a chance to stop by Kim’s site. In the meantime, enjoy the video!

 

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6 Responses to Food Photography – Working with Studio Light

  1. Loved the longer version, and smiled that you could get the words Westcott Halo Mono out without tripping over those words. 🙂 I know I would. Quite the setup and enjoyed watching you. Hey Brain……:)

  2. Great info Carol. Thanks for sharing!

  3. Kudos to Brian for his great work! Thank you so much Carol…you are so giving of your information and expertise! I am patiently waiting for B&H to up their inventory…the Lowel Ego light has been on back order for so long! Cheers!

  4. nancy moon says:

    Hi Carol, terrific information. I’m on the verge of buying some lighting equipment, something I can carry around as I commute to NYC. Thanks for making me a tiny bit smarter with all this info. PS since you are in Seattle, do you ever go over to CreativeLive?

  5. Kelly Kardos says:

    I am SO getting that table top light!! Your shots are brilliant Carol

  6. thank you for this informative lesson, you are a pro

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