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Cover Shoot with Pia Passion for Good Light! Magazine
http://www.GoodLightMag.com/editions - Quick behind the scenes video of our cover shoot with Pia Passion. Did you expect that this is so super easy? In Good Light! Magazine Issue 06 you will find an article with details of the whole shoot and with Michael's best 10 tips for lifestyle photos with jewellery.
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8 Warm-Up Poses from the GL Method of Flash Photography
FREE Guide: https://glm.tips/dl FREE Webinar https://goodlightmag.com/webinar-yt Today's video is not a posh sequence with background music and retouched images. It's a raw film that I initially made for Good Light Academy members. They found it very helpful and since it does not contain nudity, I uploaded it to Youtube today. You will see me walking my model through the 8 poses of Level 1 of the GL Method to Flash Photography. Use these poses at the beginning of your photo shoot. The poses make sure that you see the face of your model as well as her body from all important angles. This way the first photos of your shooting will reveal the chocolate sides of your model. You find out what works and what does not work for her. Have a look how I do it: URL In the video, you also see how I make life easy for myself. I use my phone to show the poses to the model. Would you like to do the same? Download the free guide "Perfect Portraits" (http://bit.ly/freeguide05). Let your model imitate the poses one after another while you shoot the photos. It is no problem if your poses vary from what you see in the guide. There is no need to be exact. Don't make an exact science out of it. The principle of bringing your model in all kinds of angles will work anyway. Please do me a favor: let me know what you think in the comments and give the video a thumbs-up if you like it. I wish you good light! Michael
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Time for Good Light - How to position your light? Michael's take on lighting setups
http://GoodLightMag.com - System for positioning models and lights in portrait photography. Photographers who have a solid system for positioning their photographic lights get results much faster than the ones who do trial and error. In issue 04 of Good Light! Magazine we feature an article for those who want to "create" good light rather than depending on "finding" it. Model: Pia Passion. Simple one-light setup with a slightly bigger umbrella.
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Bridal Boudoir Photography Tips - No great location, hotel or studio nor lighting gear required
This video is part of my article in Good Light! Magazine Issue 10. It's about shooting awesome bridal boudoir photos without much of a location or lingerie. Check out the magazine at http://www.goodlightmag.com/wedding-photography. Photos of this video: http://smokingstrobes.com/bridal-boudoir
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Setup a "one light stand" ... in the hotel? ...One Light Photography
http://smokingstrobes.com/onelightbody - Now why doing it on the floor when hotels are usually known for their comfortable king-sized double beds? Because this time, we wanted the photographs to look like studio photos. For our one light photography we manufactured a black floor by covering the floor with the black covers of my two collapsible reflectors. This gave us nearly 4 square meters of black ground. Sounds too small? Well, then let's use the American way of saying it: Nearly 45 square feet of black floor - sounds much better :-) As you might guess, in order to light such a spacious "arena" one speedlight... is plenty - an easy one light photography setup. I wish you good light! Cousin Michael from http://GoodLightMag.com
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Good Light! Magazine Issue 05 - BTS Info and Walk through the articles
http://GoodLightMag.com - In this video Michael is walking you through the articles of Good Light! Magazine issue 05. This time it is a lot about using color to your advantage.
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Share pages from Good Light! Magazine on your iPad
http://GoodLightMag.com - In this video you will learn how to share images and complete pages of Good Light! Magazine from your iPad. Use this functionality to share interesting content with other photographers on Facebook and Twitter. You can also use it to email content to anybody or to clip it into your Evernote notebook.
Good Light! Magazine - Phottix Mitros Unboxing of the new TTL Flash for Canon
http://GoodLightMag.com - Watch Cousin Michael unboxing the new Phottix Mitros TTL flash. Michael is talking about various aspects of this new device, which according to Phottix will define a new standard for TTL flashes. This particular unit is for Canon cameras. It is fully ETTL capable, but can also act as a manual flash or even a dumb optical slave if needby.
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Spicy Holiday Photos - Part II - Awesome pictures with small, mirrorless cameras
http://www.GoodLightMag.com/13/ - How to create gorgeous holiday photographs using a simple mirrorless camera? In the last video of this series it was all about awesome photos with your phone (http://youtu.be/HE8TDQMiJ6M). This time Michael has six tips for you to follow to maximise the potential of your camera. With a little knowledge about how to utilise exposure, lighting, retouching and posing, you can make up for not carrying a big bulky DSLR. 1 – Use A Manual Flash Being able to control the light will help you to get the picture that you are looking for. Michael likes to pack light when travelling, so his holiday kit consists of a wireless flash and transceiver, a shoot-through umbrella and a compact lightstand. Using these well will create contrast, with a softly lit subject standing out from their surroundings. 2 – Face The Light, Turn Your Body Away By asking your subject to turn their body away from the light, you will be changing the way in which the light hits their body. Standing straight on can make a subject look flat, whilst a slight angle will highlight the curves of their body in an appealing way. At the same time, turning their face into the light will make for an evenly and shadow-free face in the photograph. 3 – Stick To The Shade Trying to shoot in direct sunlight removes the element of control which is needed for your photograph. You should look to shoot in shaded areas which still allow for ambient to reach the subject, what is known as ‘open shadow’. Here you will be able to create the optimal conditions, using your flash and umbrella to get the right balance of shadows. 4 – Frame Above The Knee Whilst you can make this change in the editing stage, you will save a lot of time by framing your shots above the knee. Cropping in this way will make your subject looking natural. If, for whatever reason, you only want to capture the top half of your model, then crop at the ribcage. In both instances, you will be creating a tapered effect which is pleasing to the eye. 5 – Get The Exposure Right This is where the live-view of mirrorless cameras helps a lot. There is not a lot you can do about lighting your background outside a studio, so underexpose your image and work from there. If you find that the background appears too dark, you can tweak your settings. Some mirrorless camera offer a live histogram that shows you where you are in terms of ambient light. Use your flash to create the right amount of contrast between the subject and the background. Take test images to ensure your image is exposed in the way that you want. 6 – Make Use Of A Prime Lens A prime lens lets you greatly reduce the depth of field, producing an intimate quality which is perfect for holiday pictures. It allows you to put the subject into focus, highlighted amongst their exotic surroundings. A neutral density filter can help you to get the right amount of exposure if you are using a wide aperture. 7 – (Bonus) Retouch Despite our best efforts, our photographs do not always turn out the way we want them to and there is no shame in improving them later. Something like the YouCam Perfect App is a great way to subtly enhance your photographs on right on your tablet in a matter of seconds. Gear used in the video: Cactus RF60 Wireless Flash: http://goo.gl/kFB0bV Cactus Transceiver V6: http://goo.gl/afBMaF Phottix P200 light-stand: http://goo.gl/IO8To5 Phottix Varos II BG Umbrella Holder: http://goo.gl/5FcGbY Shoot-through umbrella for diffusion Cactus is also selling their gear directly in their beautiful online store: http://store.cactus-image.com/
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Spicy Holiday Photos - Part I - Great images with iPhone, Android & any camera - Mobile Photography
http://GoodLightMag.com - Shoot awesome photos of your partner and your new holiday friends using your smartphone. The 6 tips in this video will help you make jaw-droppingly gorgeous pictures with just your smartphone and basic photography gear. Michael and Emily flew out to the beautiful island of Lanzarote to record it - and to show you that being on vacation is shouldn't mean that your creativity takes a back seat too! From framing to post-processing, Michael takes you through all the steps necessary to shoot high-quality pictures with a smartphone. Whether you have the latest iPhone or a few generations old Samsung, it doesn't matter. As long as it has a camera, you can create some beautiful images. When taking photos with a smartphone, keep two things in mind: 1. They have a focal length about equivalent to a wide-angle lens, so try to have the model fill the frame. 2. They have huge depth of field, so make the background and the foreground as distinctive as possible. Apart from those two smartphone-specific rules, the regular guidelines apply: - pose the model in an S-shaped curve if possible; - hips and shoulders should be at varying distances from the lens to even out the proportions; - focus on the eyes, or the eye closest to the lens; - use the reflector to make the light soft and shadows less noticeable. There you go! Only one thing left to do - giving that beautiful photo a finishing touch... If the picture turned out well (and how could it not, if you used our 6 tips for amazing smartphone photos?), taking care of post-processing is child's play. Just use your favorite camera app to crop and process the image. Michael recommends Camera 360, available both on iOS and Android. But if you have another favorite app, be sure to tell about them in the comments! Hearty thanks to http://www.Spicelifestyle.com for providing the awesome location! You guys really rock!
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Better than V-Flats: How to use a Shoji Screen in Photography  - Part 1
FREE Guide: https://glm.tips/dl FREE Webinar https://goodlightmag.com/webinar-yt If you’re a budding portrait photographer, you don’t really need to drain your budget on a whole slew of backdrops for your shoots. The idea in today’s video is using a paravent or "Spanish wall" as a background for your portrait photo. I would like to walk you through a very simple way of creating an awesome backdrop at your home in a very small space. First, get a simple white Spanish wall which is approximately 6.5 feet / 2 meters high and wide from either a department store or order online through eBay, Amazon, etc. How to use the Spanish Wall as a backdrop Set up your Spanish wall in an L-shape. Also, on the off chance that you can place it specifically at another wall, it gets an additional level of steadiness which will help when the model is leaning on the Spanish wall. The Spanish wall in my video has 5 segments. It will wind up with one longer side and one shorter side when arranged in an L-shape. You can use both sides for shooting. And furthermore, you can simply rearrange it in an instant if you wish. So, don’t stress over the quantity of segments that your Spanish wall has. How to set up the light If you have a dim floor, brighten it by laying a bit of white fabric or something white onto the floor. This will reflect light from the floor up to the model and additionally empower the floor to be in the frame if you have scenes where the model is taking a seat on the floor. The lighting and camera is set up according to the standard GL Method. If you checked out the free guide linked above, then you know exactly what to do. You use a shoot-through umbrella and a speedlight shooting into the center of the corner. The speedlight is on 1/16th power, and your camera setup is as usual: 1/200s, f/2.8, ISO 100. This setup and a Spanish wall is perfect for both color and black & white photos. Get hold of a simple, white Spanish wall and try out the a photoshoot that’s shown in this video. This prepares you for the next video where I am going to add a very simple prop to this setup. It will make it much more versatile. Make sure you are subscribed to my list to get notified and to download my free guide before heading into your shoot: https://glm.tips/downloads I wish you good light! Michael
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How to use High Speed Sync (HSS) for shooting portraits outdoor
http://GoodLightMag.com - Your awesome outdoor portraits are living from the extra little pop that you give your subject by directing a touch of extra light to them. This is a great use case for the High Speed Sync (HSS) feature, which most current speedlights and cameras have. I use it all the time. In todays video I show you an edge case in which I actually did not plan on using high-speed sync, but then it turned out to be necessary and it really saved my day. Try it out with your own speedlight if it supports High Speed Sync. I wish you good light! Michael from http://SmokingStrobes.com PS: I wrote a whole article about this outdoor shooting in Good Light! Magazine Issue 05 (http://www.GoodLightMag.com/editions)
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The Right Light Outside
http://www.goodlightmag.com/out-and-about - In this video from Issue 08 of GLM, you'll learn how to handle reflectors and flashes in outdoor portraits and you will learn how to avoid a common trap when using these.
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Find these precious articles inside Issue 06
http://www.GoodLightMag.com - Michael is giving you some background information about the articles in Issue 06
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Good Light! Magazine Issue 04 - BTS Info and Walk through the articles
http://GoodLightMag.com - In this video Sebastian and Michael are walking you through the articles of Good Light! Magazine issue 04. They share some behind the scenes information and their thoughts on the various photographic topics.
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Your Lighting Setup: Flattering Angles for women in portrait pohotography
http://www.GoodLightMag.com/16 - How to light from an angle that is flattering your female photo model When the face of your subject is toward the light and the body away from it, the light flows better and enhances the shape of the person being photographed. This rule revolves around creating beautiful shapes. The photo no longer has a 2-dimensional surface, but a flawless 3-D shape. Additionally, it creates a sense of normality, as the viewer sees a real person instead of a 2-dimension photograph. In the poses where the model’s face is toward the light, the photograph will surprise with an evenly lit complexion. This makes the model enjoy a natural glow, with less wrinkles and bags under the eyes and other flaws. Conversely, if the face is turned away from the light and the body into it, half of the face is covered in shadow, and all wrinkles and lines around the eyes and the mouth become more pronounced. Moreover, due to the direct lighting on the body, shadows are eliminated so the body becomes as shapeless as a 2-dimension photograph, without real curves or a real structure. Getting the right lighting is quite a simple process, as long as you follow this rule. For instance, if the light is on the right side of the camera, make sure to get the model’s body pointing to the left side and the face to the right side of the camera. Do exactly the mirrored pose if the light comes from the left of the camera. However, do not do this in an extremely manner. All you need is enough light that hits the body from a steep angle and the right amount of shadowing. If you want to do more of a head shot, you can have a bit of shadowing along the jaw line and around the nose. By doing this, you can actually accentuate certain features of the model which makes her face slimmer and more attractive. To recap, do not forget the golden rule: the face toward the light and the body away from it. Just follow this guideline to create astoundingly beautiful pictures with your model. Lastly, team up with the model by telling her these lighting secrets – this is teamwork at its best! I wish you good light! Michael
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Water drop effect for portraits and full body photos
http://GoodLightMag.com - With this video from the latest issue of Good Light! Magazine you will learn how to quickly and easily setup a scene for photos with moist and water drops. Make portraits looking like shot through a rainy window or full body photos that seem to be taken in a steamy shower cabin. You don't need a shower or a real window for this effect. You can shoot these photos in any room, in which you can setup a black background, for example by putting up a black curtain. Check the example photos and lighting diagram at http://SmokingStrobes.com/rainy-window Enjoy the complete article about this shooting in Good Light! Magazine Issue 09: http://www.goodlightmag.com/issue-09 I wish you good light! Michael
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Good Light в программе "Потребительское обозрение"
С 7 по 8 октября 2015 года мы представили стенд компании Good Light на 41-й межрегиональной специализированной выставке «Новый город. Строительство» в Воронеже. http://www.glcompany.ru/
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Complementary Colours in Portrait Photography
http://GoodLightMag.com/para-pro-giveaway - Follow the link and win my huge 72" umbrella from used in the video! Shooting a magazine cover has always been tough and required pretty strong and heavy lighting gear... in the old days. For a glimpse on how things can be done nowadays, please check out the video. It is from one of the two articles about complementary color, which you find in Issue 05.
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day 270 | good light @ mason's cellar
Day 270 | a day in the life of an average guy. There's such great things going on @ Mason's Cellar. Good booze and awesome light to film it in and the people are pretty cool too! visit the average guy tested Amazon page to shop for many of my #approved and wish list products: https://www.amazon.com/shop/themediamart
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Компания Good Light - Производство светодиодных светильников
Компания Good Light - один из ведущих российских производителей светодиодной продукции. Мы представляем вам возможность посмотреть на полный цикл производства светодиодных светильников. Приятного вам просмотра.
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Simulate an Endless Background - Shoji screen setup - Part III
FREE Guide: https://glm.tips/downloads In this video you will learn a little hack that you can use with a shoji screen (also called Spanish Wall) to turn it into a seemingly endless studio. So far, I was thinking of my screen as a kind of instant v-flats, just with a nicer look. But now it is getting much more versatile. You will place a plain white surface over your screen, like plastic PVC sheets from Amazon. To fully leverage this, you need some background information. In a recent video, I demonstrated how you can use a shoji screen to create an impressive studio background when working in a small space. If you haven’t watched that video, I recommend that you check it out over here: https://youtu.be/t9qbHMbVsW0 By using some extra surface material—like white plastic PVC sheets—you can transform your shoji screen or your v-flats into an endless studio. It’s a cost-effective way of making your studio—no matter how small—appear much larger.
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Cover Photos Tips and the Phottix Indra500 TTL Studio Light at a photography workshop at Photokina
The Indra 500 has now been released: http://goo.gl/UP2cvy - I fully admit that I made this photokina workshop primarily to get my hands on the new Phottix Indra500 TTL Studio Light. But of course I also wanted to teach a few photo tips that our participants could directly use in their photography. So I tackled the topic of shooting cover photos. I receive many photo submissions of good cousins, who would love to see their work on the cover of Good Light! Magazine. Many of them are working with marvelous models and high end lighting. I would actually love to feature them on the cover, but usually I simply cannot because of some technical reasons, that make the photo incompatible to the cover. I’m afraid that a few these good photographers are beating your head against a wall trying to figure how to make all things right for a cover. That’s why I held a little workshop at Photokina. I demonstrated a way of shooting, that makes it E.A.S.Y., to do everything right. E.A.S.Y. stands for eye-contact, angled light, sharpness, and yield space. 1. I recommend getting your model to look into the camera for all of your cover photo shots. When the model is looking at the camera, it appears as though she's looking at the reader. This catches the reader's attention and entices them to buy the magazine. Magazine publisher tend to go with what works to move magazines, and so they love full eye contact photos. 2. Often lighting is where you make or break the piece. While you can absolutely work with complicated lighting set ups, I personally buy into the concept of keeping things simple. Typically one light is enough for me. I recommend always angling your lights a bit from top downwards to your model. This way you create shadows and depth. This brings out your models facial features, gives her body dimension, and forms the basis of a quality cover photo. 3. Avoid shallow depth of field when you're working on cover photos. Magazines covers don’t like bokeh, so I personally recommend a an aperture of f/11 (fullframe). Focus so that the sharpest point is the closest eye. That's the focal point for the cover photo, so you want it crisp and clear. In general, keep the entire photo as sharp as possible, with extra emphasis on the first eye. 4. Leave a whole lot of negative space around the model. Magazine editors need plenty of space in the photo to put design elements such as the magazine title, cover stories, and other details. Make their job easy for them so they're happy to pic your photo. If your subject get’s isolated from the background, then at least make sure that you don’t crop tight into her. I hope the one or the other tip is useful for you in your photography. I personally now keep my fingers crossed that Phottix will release the Indra500 here in good ol’Germany, so that I can play a bit more with this beast and record some more tutorials for you. Update: The Indra 500 is out now: http://goo.gl/UP2cvy I wish you good light! Michael from http://SmokingStrobes.com Article: http://www.GoodLightMag.com/4-cover-photo-tips Model: Coxy Dominika, http://www.modelmayhem.com/DDDomini Photography Coach: Ortwin Schneider, Studio http://www.fotomagic.de/ Video: Achim Dunker, http://www.netlektionen.de/
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Ensuring Cattleya Orchids Get Good Light
In this video myself and Dimitri move my cattleyas to the greenhouse to ensure good summer light to facilitate flowering. ❀✿❀✿ More information below ❀✿❀✿ Check out Dimitri's channel... https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCmeBKHBl3GcV9DSpG83NoQA I invite you to join in our collaborative growing. Grow a plant to remember my son, Josh! #GrowitforJosh #CollaborativeGrowing https://youtu.be/UoAal2B7YZU ✿My Book : http://www.lulu.com/shop/rachel-darlington/journal-of-an-irish-garden/paperback/product-22467812.html ✿Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/DouentzaGarden/ ✿Twitter : https://twitter.com/DouentzaGarden ✿Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/douentzagarden/
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Beautiful Light Music - easy smooth inspirational - long playlist by relaxdaily: Ocean Breeze
Listen to a 2h long playlist with relaxdaily music. Beautiful, light instrumental music with an easy, smooth and inspirational attitude. ► NEW: Enjoy an upgraded relaxdaily listening experience: https://relaxdaily.net/morning-music/ 'Ocean Breeze', a music mix I made up from my own releases from the last 1,5 years. Think of it as another 2h relax radio playlist. For more music, mixes and playlists join me at my website or my YouTube channel. - Michael (relaxdaily musician) Relaxdaily's background music instrumentals: beautiful, light, inspirational music that can be used as a soundtrack for multiple activities. Depending on your interest you might use my music in your relax radio playlist, as yoga music, as music while you're studying, doing homework, working (mentally, creatively), reading, writing, while thinking or reflecting, dreaming, reviewing, making future plans. Some use it as "sleep music" (I personally think there's better sleep music out there, but it seems to work ;) Some even listen to it in their minecraft music playlist. Call it chillout, smooth, ambient, New Age, instrumental, or background music -- this is not as much about a genre as it is about a feeling. A way of life. With the relaxdaily project, I try to take a little heat from our (generally) too busy lives. I try to deliver a soundtrack for you, when you feel the need for some positive, calming, inspirational tunes. The simple video shows grass waving in the wind at the pacific coast in California, just a few miles south of San Francisco. ► Enjoy another light and calm relaxdaily music mix here on YouTube; https://youtu.be/AzqTd73CCrA (Season 3) ► Find all relaxdaily music ad-free on my website https://relaxdaily.net © 2013-2017, relaxdaily
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Soft Skills: Photo exercise for mastering the softness of light
More tips for maternity photography in my eBook - English: http://www.proportfolioclub.com/babybelly Deutsch: http://www.proportfolioclub.de/babybauch (Neu!) You may not always have access to modifiers in different sizes, but you will pretty much always be able to control the distance between your subject and your light source. That’s the reason why I suggest to exercise using your modifier at various, defined distances and compare the results. By practicing this, you will be able to master light and consciously shoot photographs with the right lighting attitude. Video from Good Light! Magazine Issue 06: http://www.goodlightmag.com/magazine-issue-06
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Relaxing Music - peaceful, positive, smooth, light music [Season 1 Best Of]
A relaxing music experience: This is a compilation of light and smooth music from my album Season 1, the CD version. Peaceful and positive tunes you can use as music for relaxation, for studying, while working or simply to enjoy. All tracks you can hear in this mix are represented on my channel already, but not in this kind of mix, promoting my CD (the best of) ‘Season 1’, available only here: https://shop.relaxdaily.net/ Hope you enjoy this version, Have a great time, Michael (music and video creator) ► You can help me creating more relaxing music by joining me on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/relaxdaily ► For more videos (and my 24/7 music stream) subscribe to my channel: https://www.youtube.com/relaxdaily (tick the notification bell to get notified about new music!) ► Most of my tunes are also available on streaming and download services like YouTube Music Key, Apple Music, Spotify, Google Play, iTunes and Amazon. Thank you for your support there. ► Try also my ‘Deep Focus’ playlist (music for studying, concentration and work): https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLOzlQzU-yr65nTKt7tEbHBnnd0AiGJoqZ Thank you for watching, listening, liking and loving, sharing and commenting! Thank you for being a fan! ©2018, relaxdaily.net
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Portrait photography lighting using a shopping bag as a light modifier
http://www.GoodLightMag.com/02 - It's time to pull off an effortless yet impressive trick. First, set your speedlight to 1/16 power and place it inside a white shopping bag, facing upwards. Next, place the bag about 60 cm (2 feet) away and slightly to the side of your nice model, at a 45-degree angle – so when the flash goes off it will light her up nicely. Adjust the camera to 100 ISO and f/2.8, then pick the shutter speed that is right for your camera (we used 1/200s. At last, point your camera and shoot away! You find the long version of this tip and many more in Good Light! Magazine Issue 02. I wish you good light! Michael
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Ferreira Optical - Live the Good Light with Transitions Lenses
Isn't it time you started living the good light? Shop now for your pair of Transitions lenses at Ferreira Optical and get great opportunities to save and enjoy!
Light Music - soft, uplifting, work, focus
This is a light and uplifting music mix, originally released as “Essence N°2”. Soft music you can use during work and focus time. Work, study, concentrate, or: Take a break, let the music do it's magic while you relax, meditate, let your thoughts run free, do some yoga, perhaps have a short but good sleep, or take a minute to just think about your day, your goals, your dreams! This mix is made of the following tracks: relaxdaily N°057; N°049; N°060; N°071; N°056; N°045; N°064; N°063; N°067; and N°065. ► CD fans: This music is also available on my albums 'Ocean Breeze' and 'Season 2', now available exclusively via my CD shop: https://shop.relaxdaily.net - Thank you for checking it out! ► My favorite focus music stream at https://relaxdaily.net/focus-music/ ► Help me to continue creating music e.g. with a download/stream from iTunes/Apple Music: https://itunes.apple.com/album/season-2/id952813936 or by listening to my music through one of the wonderful paid music streaming services like e.g. YouTube Music Key, Apple Music or Spotify. If you like this one, you might also like my ► Season 4 mix: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dfeQ7witu7s ► Find all relaxdaily music on https://relaxdaily.net ► subscribe to my channel: http://www.youtube.com/relaxdaily Enjoy, Michael (relaxdaily music and video creator) --- music and video © 2013 relaxdaily --- ...Relaxdaily's background music instrumentals: beautiful, light, inspirational music that can be used as a soundtrack for multiple activities. Depending on your interest you might use my music in your relax radio playlist, as yoga music, as music while you're studying, doing homework, working (mentally, creatively), reading, writing, while thinking or reflecting, dreaming, reviewing, making future plans. Some use it as "sleep music" (I personally think there's better sleep music out there, but it seems to work ;) Some even listen to it in their minecraft music playlist. Call it chillout, smooth, ambient, New Age, instrumental, or background music -- this is not as much about a genre as it is about a feeling. A way of life. With the relaxdaily project, I try to take a little heat from our (generally) too busy lives. I try to deliver a soundtrack for you, when you feel the need for some positive, calming, inspirational tunes.
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6 Bad Carbs That Are Actually Good For You | Cooking Light
Some natural foods that rank high in carbohydrates can also provide essential nutrients. Here’s a list of our favorites. Subscribe to Cooking Light - http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=cookinglight Check out some of our great cooking series! Mad Delicious - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list... Wow! You’ve Got to Try This How To - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list... Test Kitchen Tips - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list... Cooking Light is America’s #1 food magazine with 25+ years of expertise in making healthy recipes taste great. As the largest epicurean magazine in the country, Cooking Light informs more than 11 million readers every issue with its trademark accessible approach to healthy food and its coverage of fitness, home, beauty, travel, and other aspects of living well. Find us at http://www.cookinglight.com Website: http://www.cookinglight.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/Cooking_Light Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CookingLight Instagram: http://instagram.com/cookinglight/ Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/cookinglight/ Cooking Light Diet: https://www.cookinglightdiet.com/ Cooking Light Magazine is published by Time, Inc.
Views: 692 Cooking Light
Best LED Shop Light Review And Install
Best LED Shop Light Review And Install - I needed to up the light in the garage for both working and shooting videos so after a lot of research I went with a 4 unit kit that turned out great! http://amzn.to/2Dae1Uf TWO recommended products: https://www.amazon.com/shop/twowheelobsession Visit http://TwoWheelObsession.com for all the new content! My other channels: CigarObsession: https://www.youtube.com/user/cigarobsession My Bike Reviews: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fcTAU_hHf-Q&list=PLJqOVaB9e6TgKd5lc4KmlJ0B0nPmNKWHa My How-To Videos: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=np8mCcOB7w0&list=PLJqOVaB9e6Thmiwxe1FtiJ-wh7UHNB6V0 My Vlogs: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=41yQWlGWtk0&list=PLJqOVaB9e6TgJJrmsEyoOBtkKMXmsaVIj Gear Overview Videos: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RJcLWIjPbf0&list=PLJqOVaB9e6TgkIr-O8WAcAFGdaB9fcUF2 Follow on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/twowheelo Some music by ichillmusic.com Join My FJR Enthusiasts group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/793722307402142/ If you have a common question it is probably answered here: http://twowheelobsession.com/faq/ My editing/gaming build consists of: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLaaVftHl3nv59wI_oRZSCPwcgC63PzLhy Some background music by www.ichillmusic.com #motorcycle #motorcycles #howto #motovlog #review
Views: 53638 TwoWheelObsession
How to make a GOOD Launchpad Light Show // Launchpad Tutorial
Take 14 minutes of your time to learn how to make a GOOD launchpad light show - including tips, tricks, suggestions, and general knowledge from my 2.5 years of experience on the subject. Hop you enjoy! ★ Like what you see? Click here to subscribe ► https://goo.gl/754gsE ★ Check out my Official Merch Shop: https://shop.spreadshirt.com/InspirAspir/?noCache=true ★ SUPPORT ME ON PATREON ► https://www.patreon.com/inspiraspir ★ JOIN THE OFFICIAL INSPIRASPIR DISCORD SERVER ► https://www.discord.gg/3WM8K2g Follow me: ★ Instagram ► https://www.instagram.com/inspiraspir/ ★ Twitter ► https://twitter.com/Inspir_Aspir ★ Facebook ► https://www.facebook.com/InspirAspir/ ★ Soundcloud ► https://soundcloud.com/inspiraspir ★ Bandcamp ► https://inspiraspir.bandcamp.com/releases Listen to my original songs here ► https://goo.gl/6LYsnj HUGE thank you to my TOP Patrons: ★ Justis Walker ★ Nitrotivity ★ Trito ★ Martin Kim -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Background music provided by Monstercat. ▼ Follow Monstercat Snapchat: https://www.snapchat.com/add/monstercat YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/Monstercat Spotify: http://monster.cat/1hGrCWk Facebook: http://facebook.com/Monstercat Twitter: http://twitter.com/Monstercat Instagram: http://instagram.com/monstercat Vine: https://vine.co/monstercat SoundCloud: http://soundcloud.com/Monstercat Google+: https://plus.google.com/+Monstercat Monstercat FM: http://live.monstercat.com --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Views: 35762 InspirAspir
How to Feel Good by Looking Good - Light Up Your Life
Have you been feeling bad about yourself lately? Check in with your appearance and see if spending a bit more time, and putting a bit more energy into your appearance will made a difference! http://freemotionquilting.blogspot.com/2015/11/look-good-to-feel-good.html Leah teaches quilting online through free YouTube videos uploaded weekly. Subscribe to our channel so you don't miss out on any of the new videos on patchwork and machine quilting uploaded weekly: https://www.youtube.com/user/lcvday Find tools and supplies, plus video workshops to guide you through all the steps to creating beautiful quilts on Leah's website: http://leahday.com/ Follow Leah for more quilting fun! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/leahdayquilting/ Instagram: https://instagram.com/leahdayquilting/
Views: 1895 Leah Day
Garage Light Brackets | JIMBO'S GARAGE
Garage lighting is very important if you use your garage as a shop so I'm glad this client decided to make garage light a priority. I built these garage light brackets to hang from the roof so the garage door could slide over. This is a great idea so you can have good light in the garage even when the door is open. This is great for warm weather states or summers anywhere. It is always great to have nice light in the shop and if you have the room or roofline to do something like this then you are super luck because having a garage door that can open along the roof line will open up the space so much more. This is wasn't a difficult welding job by any means but it was fun to plan it out, make it and see it installed. I've never made anything like this before so it is nice to see if can be done. Walter Grinder: http://amzn.to/2DKdFac Black Stallion Welding Gloves: http://amzn.to/2Dz09mB Buy a Jimbo's Garage T-Shirt here: https://www.jimbosgarage.com/shop Follow Jimbo: Facebook: https://facebook.com/TheOfficialJimbosGarage/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/JimbosGarage Instagram: https://instagram.com/jimbosgarage/ Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/JimbosGarage About Jimbo's Garage: Jimbo's Garage is a channel to see cool metal welding and wood projects.
Views: 48518 JIMBO'S GARAGE
Top 10 Feel-Good Anime Series
Top 10 Feel-Good Anime Series Subscribe: http://goo.gl/Q2kKrD // TIMESTAMPS BELOW ----------------------- CELEBRATE 10 YEARS OF WATCHMOJO WITH OUR SPECIAL EDITION MAGAZINE, LINKS BELOW! Anime isn't just about blood, death and gore... These cute, heartwarming shows prove that. We'll be looking at animations such as My Love Story (Ore monogatari), Haikyuu, Usagi Drop, Kids on the Slope, Saint Young Men, and Space Brothers to find our answer. So expect some of your favorite, happy, characters like Hinata, Kageyama, Takeo Gouda and Daikichi to pop up along the way. So if you're feeling sad and need a pick me up, these shows will bring the happiness, joy, comedy, and excitement you might need. Our Magazine!! Learn the inner workings of WatchMojo and meet the voices behind the videos, articles by our specialists from gaming, film, tv, anime and more. VIEW INSTANTLY: http://goo.gl/SivjcX If you've never used the Kindle App before, now's your chance to CHECK it out for FREE! CLICK: https://goo.gl/WmULsn 00:38 #10. "Princess Jellyfish" (2010) 01:22 #9. "Natsume’s Book of Friends" (2007) 02:08 #8. "AnoHana The Flower We Saw That Day" (2011) 03:00 #7. "My Hero Academia" (2016) 03:58 #6. "Working!!" (a.k.a Wagnaria) (2010-15) 04:43 #5. "Kimi ni Todoke" (2009-11) 05:29 #4. "Barakamon" (2014) 06:17 #3, #2, #1: ????? Special thanks to our user Ashjbow for submitting the idea on our interactive suggestion tool: WatchMojo.com/suggest/Top+10+Feel+Good+Anime WatchMojo's Social Media Pages http://www.Facebook.com/WatchMojo http://www.Twitter.com/WatchMojo http://instagram.com/watchmojo Get WatchMojo merchandise at http://watchmojo.com/store/ WatchMojo’s ten thousand videos on Top 10 lists, Origins, Biographies, Tips, How To’s, Reviews, Commentary and more on Pop Culture, Celebrity, Movies, Music, TV, Film, Video Games, Politics, News, Comics, Superheroes. Your trusted authority on ranking Pop Culture.
Views: 1493598 WatchMojo.com
Jewelry Styled Photo shoot - Photography for advertisements and magazines
http://www.GoodLightMag.com/06 - Taking photos that send a high-flying lifestyle statement has always enjoyed a wide audience. You only need to browse through the pages of glamour magazines to realize there’s so much creative artistry and technical photographic wizardry going into just about all lifestyle shoots that have made these glossy magazines iconic, lavishing their audiences with fodder from the lifestyles of the rich, the famous and the beautiful. That raises the question if you could actually shoot results that are magazin-worthy or could probably go into advertisements with the limited gear and resources that you as a hobbyist have got to your disposal. The ansew is a big fat YES. A photograph can convey a thoughtful message and evoke an emotional response. The latter is often what advertisers and marketers look for, as it not only captures the imagination, it engages the emotion that can bring the photograph subject closer to the heart of the beholder. It is this quality, in a deftly-executed photograph, that distinguishes a technically competent photo shoot from one that has the indefinable, yet engaging allure that creative agencies and art directors look for and can easily spot when publishing a photographic work in a lifestyle magazine like Vogue. I wish you good light! Michael
Views: 29951 Good Light! Clips
SUPER BRIGHT LED Garage/WorkShop LIGHTING | Best Garage Lights
Created by: twHomeShow.com VIEW MORE of My Channel HERE: https://goo.gl/qCigfe I hope you liked the FRENCHMAY T5 LED Mini 4 foot lighting Strip Modules. They help make your Garage / WorkShop BRIGHTER! They are EASY to INSTALL and require LESS power to operate. You may see 65% reduction in power to your garage lighting! _________________________________________________ BUY THESE PRODUCTS HERE $44 - 6|PACK FrenchMay LED T5 Mini LINKABLE Shop Lights SUPER BRIGHT 5000K: https://amzn.to/2s15XRw IF THESE ARE SOLD-OUT- BUY THE SET BELOW! $40 - 6/PACK T5 Integrated Single Fixture,LED Shop Light for in Garag,4FT, 2200lm, (Super Bright White), 20W, Utility Shop Light: https://amzn.to/2pno3Mt $13 - OVIITECK 6-Outlet Tap: https://amzn.to/2GzqlOG $18 - KKmoon Laser Level: https://amzn.to/2rUxNQ1 $34 - LEVITON Z-Wave Outlet Switch: https://amzn.to/2Iw2w03 ________________________________________________ Thank you for Watching and PLEASE SUBSCRIBE! _______________________________________________________ My MERCH is available here: http://twHomeShow.com Become a Patron: https://www.patreon.com/twHomeShow
Views: 23436 tw HomeShow
Flexible photo lighting on location with a transceiver speedlight - fast photography
http://www.GoodLightMag.com/07 - See how to leverage a transceiver speedlight for maximum flexibility of your lighting on location. When you’re in a setting like a bar, you can either use an on-camera flash that bounces light off the wall, or you could use off-camera flashes on raised stands with nice modifiers. When we did this Jessica Rabbit themed bar shoot, we only had 30 minutes to setup, complete the shoot and tear everything down. This means we didn’t have the time to perfection our off-camera lighting as much as we would usually do. We kept it as simple as possible with at least two lights. We opted to use an octabox for the main light, which was equipped with a speed light set at 1/16th. For the rim light we fired a speedlight through a Rouge Grid. The grid was used to ensure the light didn’t spill on the furniture inside of the bar. In an optimal situation, a third light would have been used, but there wasn’t enough time. As a third light, Michael used a Mitros+ speedlight, a transceiver flash that can contribute to the exposure and also control the off camera light (http://goo.gl/b1Yteu). On the flash he used a little DIY gobo that shielded the on-camera flashlight so the light didn’t hit the model directly. This gobo was inspired by Neil van Niekerk’s “Black Foamie Thing”, an awesome concept. In order to bring the bar to life for these shots, Michael swiveled the flash head towards the bar to add some brightness and sparkle. The additional on-camera light can be used to bounce light off of reflective objects. Michael gave the model extra fill-light in her shadows by turning the flash to bounce off a vase and a fruit bowl as well as the back of the bar where the liquor bottles were. With a similar approach he shot directly into the rim light from behind the model. In order to do this, Michael turned the flash to glasses that were standing on the bar, which acted as the main light in this case. Check out Good Light! Magazine Issue 7 for more details.
Views: 47539 Good Light! Clips
Jaxman E2 L: One good light (review +measurements)
Jaxman E2 L: A very classic and robust light with three high powered LEDs and great runtime. Thanks to the optics very floody and pleasant to use in many situations. Soundtrack: Say Yeah - Topher Mohr and Alex Elena: https://youtu.be/-wiUIs9I9EM (Audio Library - No copyright music)
Views: 844 Wear and Tear
Blur The Lines | Milk Makeup x Very Good Light
Introducing Blur the Lines, a new collaboration by Milk Makeup and Very Good Light, directed by our co-founder Georgie Greville. Inspired by our universal Blur Stick anyone can use, we’re blurring the lines on the gender spectrum and exploring what individuality truly means today. Watch the full vid above, and head to Very Good Light to get to know the cast firsthand: http://www.verygoodlight.com/2017/03/06/milk/ // Credits // Director: Georgie Greville DP: Roland Lazarte Photographer: Jai Odell (Trouble Management) Art Director: Elena Miska Makeup: Alicia Marie Campbell Hair: Niko Weddle Wardrobe: Bianca Arielle Bailey Producers: Riley Carithers, Roxanne Doucet // Cast // Avie Acosta - https://www.instagram.com/avie.acosta Dagsen Love - https://www.instagram.com/dagsen Eric Stone Carson - https://www.instagram.com/stone.carson Madeleine Vintback - https://www.instagram.com/_madieco_ Marcelo Gutierrez - https://www.instagram.com/marcelogutierrez Rayne Nadurata - https://www.instagram.com/chocolaterayne/ Eddy LeRoy - https://www.instagram.com/eddyljr/ // Follow Us // Sign up for our newsletter here: https://milk.mu/2aAsoVO http://www.instagram.com/milkmakeup http://www.youtube.com/milkmakeup http://www.facebook.com/milkmakeup http://www.twitter.com/milkmakeup http://www.pinterest.com/milkmakeup http://www.milkmakeup.tumblr.com http://www.snapchat.com/add/milkmakeup // Follow Very Good Light // http://www.verygoodlight.com/ https://www.instagram.com/verygoodlight/ https://twitter.com/Vgoodlight https://www.facebook.com/verygoodlight/
Views: 110074 Milk Makeup
Pink photoshoot i Froze
Shooting in Larnaca salt lake for GOOD LIGHT magazine with Elena Paraskeua . model page : https://www.facebook.com/ASVmodel/ Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/kawaiinekochan_v
STUDIO LIGHTING / How to light your Art Studio on a BUDGET!
Andrew Tischler shows you how to light your studio, taking into consideration INTENSITY, COLOUR, ANGLE and COST. FULL PAINTING TUTORIALS AVAILABLE: www.andrewtischler.com/shop Andrew Tischler's painting secrets! Check out our 5 star reviews! Follow Andrew Tischler on Steemit: https://steemit.com/@andrew.tischler Follow Andrew Tischler on FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/AndrewTischlerArtist Follow Andrew Tischler on INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/andrew_tischler_artist Subscribe for bonus content: www.andrewtischler.com/subscribe/
Views: 57590 Andrew Tischler
Outdoor shooting with Michael Zelbel and the Phottix Indra360
Michael Zelbel from Good Light Magazine shows us how he shoots outdoors with a model and the TIPA-Award-Winning Phottix Indra360 Studio Light and Phottix Luna Beauty Dish. See the whole video at: https://goo.gl/dD5WSX Join the Phottix Newsletter for up-to-the-minute updates: http://eepurl.com/bT-T_n Phottix Links: Facebook: https://facebook.com/PhottixPPA/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/phottixjournal Instagram: https://instagram.com/phottix/ YouTube: https://youtube.com/user/PhottixHQ Blog: http://journal.phottix.com
Views: 1006 PhottixHQ
Queen - Don't Stop Me Now (Official Video)
Subscribe to the Official Queen Channel Here http://bit.ly/Subscribe2Queen Taken from Jazz, 1978. Queen - 'Don't Stop Me Now' Click here to buy the DVD with this video at the Official Queen Store: http://www.queenonlinestore.com The official 'Don't Stop Me Now' music video. Taken from 'Greatest Video Hits 1'.
Views: 393016387 Queen Official
The Power of Teamwork - TWiP GLAM!
Let photographer Michael Zelbel empower your creativity with the power of teamwork! Today's guest is the photographer, publisher and YouTube personality, Michael Zelbel.  Michael began his photographic journey a surprisingly short time ago but has become an explosion of photographic content and inspiration.  In this interview, Michael shares his work and gives us repeated examples of the power of teamwork to extend your vision. Having developed a talent for stunning images made with modest gear and small teams, Michael has set out to share his talents with the world. He publishes the superb 'Good Light Magazine', instructional blog 'Smoking Strobes' and the YouTube channel 'Good Light! Clips'. _ About TWiP: http://www.thisweekinphoto.com - The This Week in Photo (TWiP) network covers topics including landscape photography, street photography, wedding photography, Photoshop processing, family photography and more. TWiP GLAM 06
Views: 884 This Week in PHOTO
Episode 4: For the Joy of Photography
In this episode of the "For the Joy of Photography" podcast, I talk about some resources that can help you with your photography. Including websites, magazines, and a book that should help beginners all the way through to pros. I also talk about some professional organizations a pro may consider joining. Here are the links to the websites I mention in the podcast: Digital Photography School: https://digital-photography-school.com/ Picture Correct: https://www.picturecorrect.com/ How to Create Stunning Digital Photography: https://amzn.to/2FJHrOE (My Amazon Affiliate Link) DXOMark: https://www.dxomark.com/category/camera-reviews/ Good Light Magazine: https://www.goodlightmag.com/ Inspired Eye Magazine: https://www.theinspiredeye.net/street-photography-magazine/ Aperture Magazine: https://aperture.org/magazine/ Black & White Photography Magazine: https://www.bandwmag.com/ Photo District News: https://www.pdnonline.com/ PDN EDU: https://edublog.pdnonline.com/ 5 Photography Organizations Worth Joining: https://duggal.com/5-u-s-photography-organizations-worth-joining/ National Press Photographers Association: https://www.nppa.org/ Professional Photographers of America: https://www.ppa.com/ Podcast Is Now Streaming On All Major Platforms - My podcast, For the Joy of Photography has been approved by, and is now streaming, on all major platforms. It’s recorded every Monday. You can watch new episodes on YouTube here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLllFqBuTM0WLgFbLdR5XCvwj6A0CATQZo You can listen to episodes at your favorite site or on your favorite app iTunes – https://apple.co/2PmfOQd Google Play – http://bit.ly/2PSVjKj Stitcher – http://bit.ly/2DiBt4s Spotify – https://spoti.fi/2OGdqi1 Podcasts.com – http://bit.ly/2QC0tHL
Views: 1280 Anthony Morganti
Game Theory: Super Smash Bros Ultimate Ending EXPLAINED | World of Light True Ending
Special thanks to NordVPN for partnering with us on this episode! Protect yourself & save 75% for 3 years! ► https://nordvpn.com/matpat Or Use the Code ►► MATPAT Special Thanks to Jirard the Completionist! ► https://bit.ly/1HbcCgQ SUBSCRIBE for More Theories! ► http://bit.ly/1qV8fd6 I promised to explain the new Super Smash Bros Ultimate story mode to you and guess what? I'm keeping that promise! Today I am here to tell you what the story of World of Light is REALLY about. It is DEEP! So deep I am surprised this made it past all the executives! Find the game here! ► https://www.smashbros.com/en_US/ Don't forget to snuggle up in our new hood-tastic holiday Theory Wear! ► http://bit.ly/2Taok30 Need Royalty Free Music for your Content? Try Epidemic Sound. Get Your 30 Day Free Trial ► http://share.epidemicsound.com/MatPat SUBSCRIBE for Every Theory! ► http://bit.ly/1qV8fd6 Hang out with us on GTLive! ►► http://bit.ly/1LkSBnz More THEORIES: Why You CAN'T Beat Smash Bros!► https://bit.ly/2PGYx0g Super Smash Bros TRAGIC Lore! ►https://bit.ly/2aOjanS The END of Princess Peach! ► https://bit.ly/2CJuYbm How BAD is Mario's Blue Shell? ►► https://bit.ly/2BfFlUK Mario Kart 8, Mario's SCARIEST Game? ► https://bit.ly/2wyeell Luigi - Secret MILLIONAIRE?? ► https://bit.ly/2CEkk15 Check out some more of our awesome video game content: Game Theory ►► http://bit.ly/1zz3t7E Culture Shock ►► http://bit.ly/1sw7aZ8 The SCIENCE! ►► https://goo.gl/GFK9EV #SuperSmashBrosUltimate #SmashBros #WorldofLight #SuperSmashBros #Nintendo #Switch #Mario #Waluigi #SSBU #StoryMode #GameTheory
Views: 2889008 The Game Theorists
About using soft light and punchy light in your outdoor shoot
http://www.GoodLightMag.com - In this video I discuss why I use two different light modifiers in my Playboy-style outdoor photo shoot. It's about varying bitween soft light and light with a bit more attitude, depending what suites the particular scene. The bigger the light modifier the softer the light and the smaller the light modifier the “punchier” the light. For most outdoor shoots, the use of a relatively small modifier like a beauty dish will provide light that is an awesome compromise between softness and natural appearance. For this photo-shoot that was in a sunny outdoor setting, a big light modifier, the Phottix Luna Folding Octa Softbox (110 cm/43 inch, http://goo.gl/mQv1LW) provided soft light while the Phottix Luna Folding Beauty Dish (70 cm/27.5 inch, http://goo.gl/IlGIqy) provided punchier light. Both light modifiers were powered by a speedlight. A Phottix HS Speed Mount was used to hold the speedlight and the modifiers. The modifiers are compact, sturdy, and lightweight, which is why I am happy to take them on location. For some shoots, one modifier such as the Phottix Luna Folding Octa Softbox might suffice. If you move it further away from your model, it will automatically provide a bit more of a harder and punchy light. But remember that on a sunny outdoor shoot you cannot go too far away from your subject with the light source or otherwise the light will just not be enough and you end up draining your speedlight. See more photos at http://SmokingStrobes.com/soft-vs-punch For more tips on this topic, have a look at Hot Topic #2 of Good Light! Magazine (http://www.goodlightmag.com/editions). When you subscribe you will have access to these and other cool, fun, and useful tips! I wish you good light! Michael from http://SmokingStrobes.com
Views: 441194 Good Light! Clips
Using color spaces and the in-camera histogram in your photography
http://www.goodlightmag.com/color-spaces - Today's question is about the in-camera histogram (which I use all the time) and also about working with different color spaces such as sRGB, Adobe RGB and ProPhotoRGB. I use - RAW (propriatary color space) for all adjustments in LightRoom - 16 bit ProPhotoRGB for all edits in PhotoShop - SRGB whenever exporting the results for web or simple printers I know some gurus will not like it but I never do anything in Adobe RGB. I don't see any sense using it. Histogram: The in-camera histogram is based on a JPG preview and might indicate a slightly lower dynamic range than what the RAW file actually provides me. This means, if I nailed the exposure according to the in-camera histogram, then the RAW file will be excellent. The thing that I mention in the video when talking about the striped pattern that I flashed accross the scene is the Lightblaster: http://goo.gl/IYfulZ The patterns were part of Good Light! Magazine Issue 7: http://goo.gl/1LGN2n Model: Victoria Sweet
Views: 46517 Good Light! Clips

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