One Light Low-Key Portrait: Exploring Photography with Mark Wallace

published 1 year ago

This is part four of a four-part series on basic lighting principles. In this episode Mark Wallace puts it all together to create a low-key portrait. Mark uses the position of light, light modifiers, and the effective size of the light to create this look. These techniques can be used in almost any studio to create your own low-key portraits. Related Products at Adorama: Leica M10 Mirrorless Digital Rangefinder Camera, Black Leica 50mm f/1.4 SUMMILUX-M Aspherical -Black Profoto B2 250 AirTTL To-Go Kit Profoto Air Remote Transceiver Profoto 2' Octagonal Off-Camera Flash Softbox Profoto Off-Camera Flash Speedring for Profoto B1 and B2 Profoto 2' Octagonal Off-Camera Flash Softgrid Photos by Mark WallaceInstagram: @jmarkwallace //www.markonabike.com

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