Three. On Location


Shooting on location doesn’t mean you can use only available light. Remember what I said in the previous chapter—that’s code for “I have no freaking clue about lighting.” That’s fine, I suppose. There are a lot of natural light photographers in the world, but if you want to take your imagery to that next level, you need to understand the various options when you’re on location. That being said, I don’t want anyone to believe that on every session I use all these different lighting techniques. Not true at all. However, there’s no situation that I’m uncomfortable in: rain, shine, direct sunlight, open shade, indoors, mixed light.... ...

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