Photographer Richard Riley invites viewers to follow along as he shoots the interior and exterior of a residential house. As he works, Richard talks about preproduction tips, shot selection, bracketing, lighting techniques, composition, and creating the final exposure in post production.
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Richard starts off by explaining some of the theory behind his method and gives some examples of what he will be demonstrating in this course
Setting up the lighting and bracketing the first set of exposures for this home interior photo shoot
Use a variety of methods to adjust the light, including bounce flash, ND gels, soft boxes, and more
Working with a bank of lights, reflections, stray cords, range of exposures, etc.
Richard discusses why he tries to avoid flat lines when shooting interiors and he begins to combine bracketed exposures of the kitchen shoot
Lighting windows from the inside, combining exposures, and correcting camera parallax in post production
I love my profession. Lots and lots of parchment and paper awards. Best of show Aurora Film Awards, Mobius, and a Clio. Advancing from film to digital one of the…