masterslave

This tutorial is from a new class called Up and Running with Studio Strobes I just completed for Lynda.com.  It is co-taught with my friend Abba Shapiro. In photography, multiple-light setups can offer a wide variety of creative options. One of the keys to this setup is the master-slave relationship, where one light is paired with another, or […]

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pocketwizard

This tutorial is from a new class called Up and Running with Studio Strobes I just completed for Lynda.com.  It is co-taught with my friend Abba Shapiro. Wireless triggers can come in handy during a photoshoot and free up the photographer to focus on creative direction. In this tutorial, Abba Shapiro and Rich Harrington explain how to trigger […]

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I’m in the process of designing a couple of new photography studios for myself and some clients. This is proving to be challenging because, while I’ve built six different studios, the last was in 1997. Things have changed. Styles have changed. Expectations have changed. I’ve been visiting lots of studios and doing plenty of online […]

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If you shoot portraits, still lifes, product shots or catalogs, you will (at some point) want to work in a studio. Unless you make significant income from photography, you may not want to build a studio in a commercial space. In that case, a home studio is probably sufficient. BASIC REQUIREMENTS To build a home […]

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