Photography Lighting Experts South Sioux City NE

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Galaxie Sound Productions
(712) 274-7301
3500 5th Ave
Sioux City, IA
 
Bruce Meyer Productions
(712) 258-4415
810 29th St
Sioux City, IA
 
Pospeshil Photographers
(712) 276-0056
215 S Alice St
Sioux City, IA
 
Picture Me Portrait Studios
(712) 252-2213
3400 Singing Hills Blvd Ste 3
Sioux City, IA

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Roze Studios
(712) 301-1689
3700 28th st SPC 203
Sioux City, IA
Certifications
associates degree

Genelli Fine Photography
(712) 277-4433
2430 W Solway St
Sioux City, IA
 
Photography By KJ
(712) 276-4640
425 S Rustin St
Sioux City, IA
 
Izzon Photography
(712) 277-3524
2316 W 14th St
Sioux City, IA
 
iZZon photography
(712) 277-3524
2316 W. 14
Sioux City, IA
 
Walgreen Drug Stores
(402) 697-0316
2605 S 171st St
Omaha, NE
 
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Great Portrait Light!

Great Portrait Light! - 4/7/08

Let nature worry about your lighting so you can focus on making great shots

next Portraits are always a big challenge-even bigger if you're photographing kids. So why not simplify the distractions so you can concentrate your efforts on making great shots? Instead of worrying about lighting effects and flash exposures, just go outside at any time of day, any day of the year, and find some open shade.

It just so happens that open shade is one of the most flattering portrait lights, and it can be found almost anywhere. On sunny days, it's under tall trees or in open doorways, and on cloudy days, it's everywhere all the time. Open shade is an immensely soft, incredibly flattering light-making it great for portraits, and even better for making kids look like little angels. Because it's a broad, even light source, it's also perfect for photographers who need to move around-say, in case they're chasing energetic little angels all over the place.

Once you've found open shade, the hard part's finished. Look for a background that's not distracting and preferably pretty uniform. Bring along a large reflector (like white poster board or foamcore) and a spare set of hands to hold it. Use this fill card as the primary light source on the subject. On a sunny day, the open shade is probably two full stops brighter than the sunlight exposure; once you add the fill card, it's about one stop. Pick an exposure slightly over normal to soften skin tones even more, and err on the side of a wide-open aperture to minimize the depth of field. (I like to meter for the face before adding the fill card. This way, once the fill is in place, I'll be subtly overexposing the shot, further softening skin tones and making the light even more flattering.)

With this bright soft light and shallow depth of field, you'll be amazed at the quality of the photos that come from such simple lighting. Even better, you'll be free to concentrate on interacting with your subjects-always a great step toward great photographs, particularly if you're working with kids.

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