About CoursePhotographer Jack Reznicki has a philosophy about using available light: if it is available, use it! In this course, Jack starts out with the basics of understanding light and recognizing what that light is doing inside the photograph. The best way to learn lighting is to start with a single light and learn how to manipulate it. Jack wants to teach photographers how to affect the quantity of light without affecting the quality. Some of the techniques covered in this course include; positioning a large soft box, simulating sunlight in the studio, using nets, reflectors, and gobos, beauty light, and how to change the temperature of the light. This is a great course for photographers who are just getting started in the studio. Some advice from Jack - don't be afraid to make mistakes. It just means you are learning.
- Lesson 1: Introduction 03:48
- Lesson 2: The Sun: A Small Light Source? 02:50
- Lesson 3: Model Direction and Soft Box 03:20
- Lesson 4: Positioning the Soft Box and the Background 12:05
- Lesson 5: Color Temperature and Using a GoBo 04:33
- Lesson 6: Nets, French Flags, and Reflectors 10:14
- Lesson 7: Bare Head Light Source with Reflector 04:34
- Lesson 8: Lighting a Male Subject 09:36
- Lesson 9: Double Shot 04:58
- Lesson 10: Beauty Light 05:08
- Lesson 11: Wrapping Up 04:33
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Jack Reznicki is a commercial photographer specializing in people and children based in New York City. His creative problem solving has helped promote products and services for many companies such as Tylenol, The Wall Street Journal, Hyatt, Toys "R" Us, Kodak, Reader's Digest, Crest, AT&T, Playtex, and several Time Magazine covers.Jack is the author of several books on commercial photography including "Studio and Commercial Photography- A Kodak Pro Workshop" book.For over 4 years, Jack's insights to professional photography could be found in Petersen's Photographic magazine with his popular "Pro Vision" column. His writings have also appeared in other photography magazines.