This post was written a while ago, but the concept is still one that many people aren’t aware of – essentially that you can perform masking in Adobe Lightroom. Keep reading to learn how!
Often when I talk to people about their work flow one big question and the need to do some pixel based editing in Photoshop, one of the questions that often comes up is “Why can’t I do X in Lightroom?”
The final installment of the shooting off-camera flash series is here! For a while now, I’ve been posting various tips and tricks on how to get the most out of your minimalist off-camera flash setup. The equipment is a single flash, a light stand, and an umbrella. The goal was to come up with 5 tips for how to get the most out of it! Here’s what we’ve done so far:
1. Attached the umbrella correctly
2. Positioned the light as far away from the shoot-through as possible
3. Added a little extra diffusion from the built in diffuser for your flash
4. Stabilized the light stand by spreading the base to it’s widest point – adding a possible “4th leg” in the process too! Read more
Recently we’ve been talking about wrangling in your off-camera flash. We’ve gone a little more advanced, and the responses have been quite positive, so if you’ve got some ideas for other advanced topics to cover, be sure to share your thoughts in the comments. As you may recall, we started with attaching the umbrella correctly to your light stand. This was followed by a demonstration of what happens to light as you slide the umbrella closer to and further away from your flash. Then, most recently, we looked at how to really fill out your shoot through with that strobe flash. Read more