Hello Photographers and Corbell Photographic Workshop supporters, Tony here...
It's almost here!
My first ever location lighting Book is coming very soon. We just heard from publisher Amherst Media this morning and the book looks fantastic. It's printed and in the process of being distributed to the retailers. Amazon has put up a special Pre-Order discount of over 25%!! Go to Amazon and order your copy today!
In order to whet your appetite a little, here is an excerpt from the chapter on light quality:
“Light quality can be thought to incorporate a lot of different subjective elements. How would you define light quality? Is it the color of the light, soft vs. hard light? Possibly, a combination of the two? To my way of thinking, the subject looking their best has to be considered for any kind of light to both look and feel great. In other words, light quality can often depend on the subject and more importantly, the intended purpose of the picture.
For years I thought that light quality had to do with shadows and highlights working together to produce a light quality that was hard or soft, low or high contrast, flat or directional, warm or cool. I have since determined that light quality can be a combination of any or all of the above. Light that is seemingly high contrast for some subjects or scenes might just be ideally suited for another subject for a different intended purpose. In other words, all that matters is the final result and how it works with the subject to produce a picture that meets everyone’s needs, subject, client and photographer.”
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