http://www.adorama.com Part one of a series of episodes dedicated to basic studio lighting principles. In this episode Mark Wallace explains sync speed and how you can use it to eliminate the ambient…+ More details
http://www.adorama.com Learn how to get an angelic look to your portraits by placing the key light behind the subject and shooting into the light. Mark Wallace demonstrates the technique and then…+ More details
http://www.adorama.com Lighting doesn't have to be complicated. In this episode Mark Wallace creates a beautiful portrait with a single light and softbox. By using a grid Mark is able to turn…+ More details
http://www.adorama.com Gavin Hoey challenges Mark Wallace to create two distinct portraits using a single light with no modifiers. Mark chooses to shoot a model in hard light and a second model…+ More details
http://www.adorama.com Mark Wallace shows you why open shade is his favorite light for shooting natural light portraits. With nothing but his camera, a balcony, and a large white wall Mark is able…+ More details
http://www.adorama.com When metering it's important to know exactly where to place the meter for a proper exposure. In this episode Mark Wallace will show you the difference between metering…+ More details
http://www.adorama.com Mark Wallace shows you the gear he's using for his six continent motorcycle trip around the world. Mark is using gear for still photography, studio lighting, video shoots,…+ More details
http://www.adorama.com Which lens should you use? In this episode Mark Wallace explains how each lens tells a story a bit differently. Use wide angle lenses to put subjects in context. Long lenses…+ More details
http://www.adorama.com This week Mark Wallace brings you a quick Lightroom Tip to help you protect your privacy. Mark shows us how to set up private "locations" in the Map Module of Lightroom.…+ More details
http://www.adorama.com Mark meets up with Kenna Klosterman of creativeLIVE to talk with her about shooting portraits of strangers. Kenna has traveled to 44 countries around the world and has mastered…+ More details
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