Good Afternoon Everybody,
Things are kind of calm around here today. I’m feeling a lot better, the sun is shining, and the weather is perfect – it’s a fine day in the neighborhood ;~)
Just a quick note, since I mentioned the FREE Design Webcast yesterday [link], we have almost 100 signed up. I’m letting the world know about it in the next few days, so don’t miss out, get registered right away. Click here see link in right column of blog. Remember, there are 1000 seats available in the “webcast room” and we’re 10% full already.
That said, let’s get on with today’s Technique Tuesday. Here we go.
Whoops! I Should Have Caught That!
When shooting with a second light, you up the ante just a bit on the complexity of the shoot. Not a lot - it's not rocket science or anything, but you and your assistant need to keep your "wits about you" when shooting with that second light. If you don’t you may potentially ruin your image with badly falling shadows or light flares.
This tutorial walks you through one of my recent shoots where we had problems with both. We quickly discovered the “errors of our ways”, made the necessary lighting adjustments, and got some terrific images.
Why not hit the PLAY button to see what I'm talking about. Enjoy!
Hey gang, that’s it for me today. Don’t forget to check back tomorrow for our Wednesday series, You Still Have To Come Back With The Shot!
How about I see you sometime around mid-day tomorrow.
Have a good one and I’ll see you then, David