Studio Basics | First Setups
Low-key, Mid-key, High-key:
3 fundamental lighting setups.
An introduction to your first studio setups.
In this second episode, Mark Cleghorn explains the 3 main setups you need to know to get started with flash photography.
All you need is 2 flash heads and try out the 3 photographic techniques: “low-key”, “mid-key” and “high-key”.
Once you’ve apprehended these principal lighting concepts, you can master almost any type of studio flash setups.
Elinchrom for Starters
“As an amateur photographer, how much flash do you really need?”
Introduction to studio flash photography.
Mark Cleghorn, a welsh photographer and instructor, shares his thoughts on the several lights a photographer should use indoors for studio photography. In this first episode, Mark uses three Elinchrom compacts, the D-Lite RX One, 2 and 4 as his main flash units.
Mark also explains the difference between light shapers such as the portalite softboxes and the umbrellas.