5 Window Light Portrait Positions
I’m Jay P. Morgan from The Slanted Lens. In this article, we’re going to show you how to set up the five lighting portrait positions using the window and how to control the light.I’ve got Rai here with me. Rai is from London.
The first thing we did in this room is we got rid of all the light that isn’t through my one window. I’ve got a window here, and it’s roughly about three-foot-square. That’s my light source. I want light coming just from that one three by three area so I can control it.
When you set up in the studio, you put your model in place. You put your background behind them, and then you move your light to your model. When you work with window light, you have to move your model and the background to the window. So if you want to change the lighting portrait…
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