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Lighting Technique - Great reading!
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I found these links courtesy of Rob Galbraith's DPI - makes very interesting reading indeed about studio lighting, including light shaping, types of lights, techniques, etc.

This one talks about 5 key things to look out for when choosing light shapers: coverage, edge transfer, shadow definition, shadow contrast and highlight:
http://www.bron.ch/vt_pd_lg_ff_en/index.php

This one talks about different types of light, e.g. soft, hard, diffused, etc.:
http://www.bron.ch/vt_pd_lg_es_en/index.php

And this one is a pretty cool tool to show examples of different light shapes on a portrait:
http://www.bron.ch/vt_pd_lg_sc_en/index.php

All with great example photos. Enjoy!
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Thanks!
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#3
Thanks so much Jules for the link. Smile

It has indeed great information about lighting. I still think that the light I like the most is the one you get with diffusers; soft and probably flat, but that is the one that I like it a lot. The other one I'd like to try is the one when you get desaturated colors. Have to check if I have the propper light to get it.
A work of art which did not begin in emotion is not art.
Paul Cezanne
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#4
Here's a wonderful video on studio lighting, courtesy of make:
http://blog.makezine.com/archive/2008/04...6B48984890
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#5
I love the idea of those cans with the pole! I must make some.

Thanks for the link ST.
A work of art which did not begin in emotion is not art.
Paul Cezanne
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#6
Great link, thanks Julian!
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