When you are working in a studio, you can enjoy all the equipment you own without having to worry about how to carry it all along with you. When you work on location, however, you need to balance the complexity of your creative setups with how easily you can transport all your equipment. This helpful video tutorial will show you an effective two-light setup for on-location portraits that will yield compelling images.
Coming to you from Jiggie Alejandrino, this great video tutorial will show an effective two-light setup for on-location portraits. While it can be a bit tedious, bringing artificial light along to a location can really enable new creative avenues and improve the quality of your photos. Just remember that it is not necessarily about replacing natural, but often just augmenting it. For example, including a bit of a sunset in the frame with your subject(s) can be a great way to add a bit of drama to an image. Check out the video above for the full rundown from Alejandrino.
If you would like to continue learning about how to light a portrait, be sure to check out “Illuminating The Face: Lighting for Headshots and Portraits With Peter Hurley!”