Exploring Photography with Mark Wallace: Adorama Photography TV
Adorama Photography TV presents Exploring Photography with Mark Wallace. In this episode, Mark shows how to add a highlight to a model's face using a grid on the key light.
Using light grids for face lighting is helpful when shooting portrait photography because it creates a slightly brighter face for added interest. It also is useful for subjects who have skin imperfections, as this light will help smooth those out in the picture. Watch and learn as Mark demonstrates how a light grid can highlight a model's face.
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