Lighting

  • Advanced Lighting: Kicklights, Spots & Gels

    Tony Corbell , Cr.Photog., API
    Video: If you want to take your lighting knowledge to the next level, Advanced Lighting is for you. In this video, expert Tony Corbell shows you how to enhance what you’re doing and add extras for more creativity and, to put it simply, more WOW!
  • Architectural Photography for Real Estate 1

    Randy Van Duinen , M.Photog.Cr., CPP
    In the first segment of Architectural Photography for Real Estate, Randy Van Duinen gives insight on how to capture an image with more detail by accessorizing, or removing objects in the photo. He guides us through the equipment he uses for his shots and the benefits each of them provide. Throughout this session, Randy explains how to make adjustments to your images using Photoshop.
  • Architectural Photography for Real Estate 2

    Randy Van Duinen , M.Photog.Cr., CPP
    In the second segment of Architectural Photography for Real Estate, Randy Van Duinen explains the benefits of using a tilt-shift lens to move the camera up and down to frame the image. He also explains that using a Gear Head will give you precise movements when leveling your shot. Watch as he demonstrates how to use lights from different angles to achieve a more natural look, and bring out more focus in the image.
  • Architectural Photography: Professional Office Space 1

    Randy Van Duinen , M.Photog.Cr., CPP
    In this episode of PPAedu, Randy Van Duinen demonstrates how to capture architectural photography in an office setting. He shares the importance of adding lights and adjusting exposure to draw your attention to the picture. He also demonstrates how to use Photoshop to get the desired color temperature and clean up messy, unwanted areas in the image.
  • Architectural Photography: Professional Office Space 2

    Randy Van Duinen , M.Photog.Cr., CPP
    In this segment of architectural photography, Randy Van Duinen explains how to capture images of office seating using different angles and fill lights to brighten up shadows. He demonstrates how to rearrange various objects and furniture in the room to make the image more appealing, and explains how to edit your images in Photoshop to get the desired effects.
  • Architectural Photography: Real Estate Light Painting

    Randy Van Duinen , M.Photog.Cr., CPP
    In this segment of architectural photography, Randy Van Duinen explains the creative technique of light painting. He demonstrates how to capture exterior twilight shots of real estate while highlighting multiple areas of a building using various lighting. He shares how to capture images with several different exposures and blend them in Photoshop to bring the light painting together.
  • Available Light

    Hanson Fong , M.Photog.Cr.
    Video: In this video, PPA Instructor and lighting expert Hanson Fong shares how to use available light – and the right poses – to create awesome images for that special wedding couple. You’ll cover both indoor and outdoor lighting setups, and what works best in each scenario. From shooting in open shade outdoors to low and high angle shoots inside, Hanson gives you the techniques that work every time.
  • Bombshell Boudoir: The Art of Making Every Woman Beautiful

    Jen Hillenga , M.Photog.Cr.
    Webinar: Jen Hillenga believes that EVERY woman—no matter what she looks like, no matter what size—deserves to feel gorgeous. That belief translates into her boudoir photography. When working with boudoir clients, it is vitally important that you, as a professional photographer, set the tone for the session and give every woman a safe place to be beautiful, sexy and fabulous.
  • Bridal Portraits in the Park

    Damon Tucci , Cr.Photog.
    Video: A beautiful park is an idyllic setting for an outdoor wedding, but this on location shoot can challenge the unexperienced wedding photographer. In this course, instructor Damon Tucci teaches you how to own the venue and create amazing shots, whatever the condition or distraction.
  • Bridal Portraits: Lighting on Location

    Damon Tucci , Cr.Photog.
    Video: Capturing a wedding is more than just the actual ceremony; it’s a collection of all the special moments that make the wedding day. In this course, wedding expert Damon Tucci teaches you how to successfully shoot those “before” shots that help tell your client’s story.
  • CPP: Broad Lighting

    Jamie Hayes , M.Photog.Cr., CPP, ABI, API
    Jamie Hayes shows you how to achieve the perfect shot for broad lighting with a 3:1 ratio using proper lens selection and perspective. Whether you’re getting ready for your CPP Image Submission, or you’re working with a client for their headshots, you’ll be glad you watched this video!
  • CPP: Lighting Patterns

    Jamie Hayes , M.Photog.Cr., CPP, ABI, API
    Understanding light is critical for all professional photographers. Listen and watch as Jamie Hayes takes you through the main lighting patterns essential for practicing professional and earning your CPP!
  • CPP: Lighting Ratios Part One

    Jamie Hayes , M.Photog.Cr., CPP, ABI, API
    Being able to demonstrate a 3:1 lighting ratio is essential in order to pass the CPP Image Submission. In this video, Jamie Hayes will talk you through how to set up that perfect ratio!
  • CPP: Lighting Ratios Part Two (3:1 Ratio)

    Jamie Hayes , M.Photog.Cr., CPP, ABI, API
    Build on your working knowledge of lighting ratio’s as Jamie Hayes uses a model to demonstrate achieving that perfect 3:1 Ratio.
  • CPP: Meters

    Steve Kozak , M.Photog.Cr., CPP
    Video: PPA Instructor, Steve Kozak takes you through a hands-on study of light meters to help you with your CPP exam studies. You'll learn about using a light meter, understanding meter readings, reflective meters, incident meters, and spot meters!
  • CPP: Selective Focus with Minimal Depth of Field

    Jamie Hayes , M.Photog.Cr., CPP, ABI, API
    Crack the third required compulsory for CPP Image Submission with Jamie Hayes as he discusses Selective Focus. This video will go over: - Factors that impact selective focus - Demonstrating selective focus
  • CPP: Short Lighting

    Jamie Hayes , M.Photog.Cr., CPP, ABI, API
    You’ve got a great looking model, solid equipment, and a nice studio space. You’re almost ready to start taking photographs for your CPP Portfolio. Now you need to nail those compulsories! Jamie Hayes will show you exactly how to set up your equipment and model to achieve the perfect short lighting with a 3:1 ratio.
  • Commercial Photography: Concept to Creation

    Cris J. Duncan , M.Photog.Cr., CPP
    Video: Portrait photography is about real people, real emotions and real drama. Commercial photography is more about capturing products and breathing life into them to convey the desired message. In this class, Cris discusses how to start with an object and develop an entire creative concept around it. Learn how to create mood and drama and how all of this goes into the end result or image.
  • Commercial Photography: Lighting a Reflective Object

    Cris J. Duncan , M.Photog.Cr., CPP
    Video: If you’ve ever shot commercial photography, you understand the challenge of trying to light a reflective object – and still capture a great image. In this class, Cris Duncan shows you how to easily and effectively master this task. Cris not only teaches you how to master the lighting, he gives you a better perspective on what your client wants to see – how important the products and the shoot are to them, and how you not only capture the images they want but help convey their message through your work.
  • Commercial: Photographing Food

    Joe Glyda ,  M.Photog.M.Artist.Cr., CPP
    In this episode of PPAedu, commercial food photographer Joe Glyda explains the process of photographing fresh fruit for commercial use through the steps of preplanning, conversing with your intended production and art director, and working with a food stylist. Throughout this process, Joe discusses the numerous roles played to get the perfect shot and demonstrates three different lighting styles used to photograph fruit.
  • Commercial: Photographing Glass

    Joe Glyda ,  M.Photog.M.Artist.Cr., CPP
    In this episode of PPAedu, commercial food photographer Joe Glyda teaches how to photograph glass. Throughout this episode, Joe gives helpful advice on the smaller details of glass photography such as the wrapper/seams on your product, reflection awareness, and how to work with clear glass against a background with clever product placement.
  • Commercial: Photographing Packaging 1

    Joe Glyda ,  M.Photog.M.Artist.Cr., CPP
    In this episode of PPAedu, commercial food photographer Joe Glyda demonstrates how to photograph a plastic, shiny bag for marketing use and how to shoot a product for commercial use. In this segment, Joe goes through the varying steps on how to dismantle a product and build it back together in order to get the best possible shot, as well as Photoshop tutorials on how to put the finishing touches on a commercialized product.
  • Commercial: Photographing Packaging 2

    Joe Glyda ,  M.Photog.M.Artist.Cr., CPP
    In this episode of PPAedu, commercial food photographer Joe Glyda discusses how to transition to commercial photography and how to photograph products in a box. This segment explains the details of dimension and the process of how a product is shot with lighting and backdrop placement tips, as well as how to use Photoshop to fix and place multiple box subjects together.
  • Commercial: Photographing Reflective Surfaces

    Joe Glyda ,  M.Photog.M.Artist.Cr., CPP
    In this episode of PPAedu, commercial food photographer Joe Glyda demonstrates how to manipulate light on reflective surfaces by lighting your subject’s background and using cards to get rid of black lines. In this session, Joe photographs three different reflective surfaces: a watch, a trophy, and a reflective background. Watch this episode to gain insight how to photograph difficult reflective images!
  • Creative Vision: Wireless TTL Flash

    Mike Fulton , Cr.Photog.
    Video: On the streets of Atlanta, Mike Fulton and Cody Clinton show you how to master the wireless TTL flash, and in doing so, give yourself more freedom and control during shoots. Filmed in Atlanta’s Little Five Points, this class is the epitome of hustle and bustle, as Cody interacts with the subjects and captures the images while Mike narrates the technical aspects of the shoot.
  • Environmental Lighting: The Basics

    Jamie Hayes , M.Photog.Cr., CPP, ABI, API
    Video: Shooting outdoors using natural light can be challenging—clouds, too much sun or a strong wind, and your moment is gone. In this class, PPA instructor Jamie Hayes gives you the fundamentals you need to successfully use natural light and make the most of your outdoor opportunities.
  • Fast, Exquisite, Perfect Color & Light...All In-Camera...Anywhere!

    Bry Cox , M.Photog.Cr., CPP
    Webinar: Imagine you come back from a shoot and load all of your images into Lightroom… Maybe the shoot was a mix of inside and outside locations featuring totally different lighting situations such as studio, flash… even natural lighting. Now imagine that these images load and immediately look amazing and ready for print. During this webinar, you'll learn Bry's secrets for getting natural color and perfect lighting in all of your shots.
  • Feel the Light

    Richard Sturdevant , M.Photog.M.Artist.Cr.
    Video: Achieving the perfect light is about combining the science with the art. In this class, PPA Instructor Richard Sturdevant teaches you to blend technical expertise with talent to create drama, emotion and feeling in your images.
  • Fundamentals of Flash

    Steve Kozak , M.Photog.Cr., CPP
    Video: Great photography may look impulsive, subjective and purely creative, but any great art is based on fundamentals. This class gives you all the basics about flash that you need so that you can have greater control and creativity in your shoots – and make it look easy!
  • Gels Overview

    Tony Corbell , Cr.Photog., API
    Video: In this overview, lighting master Tony Corbell shares the magic of gel packs and briefly discusses how they can be used to enhance your photo sessions and create new, interesting effects for your clients. It’s an introduction to an easy, inexpensive “trade secret.”
  • Glamour: Creating Drama

    Jamie Hayes , M.Photog.Cr., CPP, ABI, API
    Disclaimer: This PPAedu episode involves a boudoir model and may be inappropriate for children. In this episode of PPAedu, Jamie Hayes explains how to deliver dramatic glamour portraits while using minimal equipment and shutter speed to control the environment. Jamie instructs how to simplify the editing process by editing as you go, and achieving a different crop without changing gear. He also gives helpful tips on how the camera angle can influence the way your model’s legs and torso are perceived.
  • Glamour: Lighting and Posing

    Jamie Hayes , M.Photog.Cr., CPP, ABI, API
    In this episode of PPAedu, Jamie Hayes demonstrates how to set up for and work through a glamour session. This episode gives useful tips on lighting, posing, adding unique elements and edges, as well as helpful advice on how to change the picture by cropping through the lens while zooming in and out.
  • Indoor Lighting: Balancing Ambient and Flash

    Jamie Hayes , M.Photog.Cr., CPP, ABI, API
    Video: Join Jamie Hayes as he shows you how to handle all sorts of indoor lighting with flair to create a great image. Jamie’s detailed class discusses mixed lighting, identifying the various sources and choosing your main light. When the class is over, you’ll feel confident mixing those lights indoors…an asset if you want professional results!
  • Lighting an Executive Portrait

    Cris J. Duncan , M.Photog.Cr., CPP
    Video: Cris Duncan teaches you how to light the perfect executive portrait, from connecting with the client and utilizing correct lighting techniques to creating test images and learning the best software to use for instant client viewing.
  • Lighting and Posing Women, Part 1

    Jen Hillenga , M.Photog.Cr.
    Video: Try to find a woman who likes seeing herself in photos, and you understand your challenge as the photographer. In this class, PPA Instructor Jen Hillenga covers two main elements—posing and lighting—that will ensure your female clients fall in love with their photos!
  • Lighting and Posing Women, Part 2

    Jen Hillenga , M.Photog.Cr.
    Video: In the first part of this two-part class, PPA Instructor Jen Hillenga went over high-level posing tricks. Now, get down to the details as she examines all the different poses you should include in your shoot so your female clients look stunning!
  • Lighting for Adults & Couples

    Tony Corbell , Cr.Photog., API
    Video: Lighting isn’t luck; it’s know-how and experience…especially when it comes to knowing what light works best in what situation. So how do you use it appropriately to set the mood for the best images of adults and couples? In this video, instructor Tony Corbell explains how knowing and using your tools are the keys to such lighting proficiency.
  • Lighting for Children

    Dennis Craft , M.Photog.Hon.M.Photog.Cr., CPP, API,F-ASP
    Video: Photographing children can be like herding cats, so the last thing you want to do is mess with your lighting during a shoot! Dennis explains exactly what to do so that you light your “little subjects” properly. He starts with the basics: The importance of a studio setup where everything is ready, child-safe and your attention is focused on the kids. Then, he’ll walk you through the tools that make the most of your different shoots, including for his low key and high key demos.
  • Lighting for Seniors

    Bry Cox , M.Photog.Cr., CPP
    Video: A senior portrait is a huge milestone for a young person – and sometimes even more so for the parents footing the bill! How do you deliver a result that will knock their socks off AND make Mom and Dad want to purchase? Instructor Bry Cox shows you the lighting techniques you need to ensure the portraits are a smash.
  • Lighting on Location for Seniors: Indoors

    Carl Caylor , M.Photog.Cr., CPP
    Video: On location in downtown Atlanta’s historic Georgian Terrace Hotel, Carl walks you through every moment of this senior session. You’ll watch and learn as Carl describes and demonstrates what he looks for in a location and why. Discover lighting techniques like metering and color balance that can make or break your portraits. Learn posing and composition tips that will let your capture the light and your subject in stunning images.
  • Lighting on Location for Seniors: Outdoors

    Carl Caylor , M.Photog.Cr., CPP
    Video: In this fun and fast-paced course, Carl walks you through a Senior shoot in an urban, outdoor setting. Learn how to find locations and settings that really pop. Discuss lighting patterns, composition and other technical aspects that will help you capture the best image in any situation. Discover posing techniques that will make clients look their best.
  • Lighting to Showcase Shapes: Maternity

    Tony Corbell , Cr.Photog., API
    Video: There are some shapes we want to hide in our portraits, but there are other shapes we want to highlight! In this class, PPA lighting expert Tony Corbell teaches you lighting techniques to enhance the images of your most shapely subjects: the new mothers-to-be!
  • Lighting with Strobes

    Doug Box , M.Photog.Cr., CPP, API
    Video: See for yourself how better light control can improve your photo shoots! Instructor Doug Box will help you understand the fundamentals of light theory. With this knowledge, you can better control your lighting to achieve the effect you need. Doug uses models, as well as before and after pictures, to demonstrate how to make light work exactly the way you want it for your most creative images.
  • Lighting: Portraits in the Home

    Dennis Craft , M.Photog.Hon.M.Photog.Cr., CPP, API,F-ASP
    Video: In-home portraiture is not only super convenient, but creates a very touching, personal image. Building on the client relationship with the client, Dennis shows how he interacts with his subjects – especially the kids – and how that interaction elicits the best poses, expressions and eventually, images. More than just a class on lighting, this course tells you how to shoot on location, even a client’s home, and own it!
  • On Location: Finding the Light

    Parker Pfister , Cr.Photog.
    Video: In the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina, Parker Pfister takes you through his creative process for on location lighting and the mechanics behind making it work. Watch and learn as Parker visualizes and then finds the light he needs at each location. Even better, find out to what to do when the light isn’t there! Parker’s mantra is “seeing past the obvious” and this video will inspire and instruct you to do just that!
  • On Location: Tricking the Light and Other Tangents

    Parker Pfister , Cr.Photog.
    Video: Once again, go on location with Parker Pfister to the awe-inspiring mountains of Asheville, N.C. Drawing on his motto of “seeing past the obvious,” Parker teaches you how to manage each shoot so that it yields what you want, not just what is there. You’ll walk away more technically skilled, as well as armed with fun, innovative ideas for capturing amazing (and sometimes unexpected) moments.
  • Overcoming Obstacles in Beach Portraiture

    Ellen LeRoy , M.Photog.Cr.
    Webinar: When a bride and groom or portraiture clients choose to have the beach as their setting, they are choosing it for the unique and beautiful scenery that the beach offers. Therefore, as a photographer who is venturing into a new setting which may not be your specialty, it is critical that you prepare yourself for the unique problems and issues you may experience. This webinar is meant to equip you with that knowledge so that you can prepare both yourself and your clients to get the best beach images possible.
  • Overpowering the Sun

    Jamie Hayes , M.Photog.Cr., CPP, ABI, API
    In this episode of PPAedu, Jamie Hayes explains how to handle exposure with TTL tech as your light surroundings shift and change, as well as how to take advantage of lens compression and leading lines. Jamie also discusses the importance of consistent modeling poses and body position while explaining how to you can use TTL tech to keep any additive light balanced to the background of your shot.
  • PPA Charities: Simple Posing and Lighting for Family Portrait Month

    Mary Fisk-Taylor , M.Photog.Cr., CPP, ABI, API
    Video: Hosting a great charitable event involves strategic planning, and Mary Fisk-Taylor, PPA Charities Board of Trustees member, shares her essential tips to building a successful Family Portrait Month fundraising event!
  • Portraits of a Wedding Couple

    Jamie Hayes , M.Photog.Cr., CPP, ABI, API
    In this episode of PPAedu, Jamie Hayes explains how to add interest, depth, and dimension to your images by using your lens and tripod compression. He shares how to take a scene that is overwhelming or confusing, and instead use your surroundings in front of your subject to throw it out of focus.
  • Posing & Lighting: Large or Extended Groups

    Drake Busath , M.Photog.Cr.
    Video: It’s a photographer’s nightmare—30+ people ranging from great-grandma to newborns, sullen teens, toddlers running wild, adults complaining and sunlight fading. But after you take this video class on posing large groups, you might just find yourself handling this scenario with confidence and aplomb, creating portraits that will lead to great sales.
  • Practical Lighting Tips for Profit

    Cris J. Duncan , M.Photog.Cr., CPP
    Webinar: The webinar will focus on daylight, flash, strobe and ambient conditions and you will learn what you need to know about each to be able to deliver for your clients, every time. Learning and understanding the proper use of light will help you create images that you will be proud of and your clients will want to buy. You will learn valuable techniques to make your images different from your competitors. Gain the knowledge and understanding of what light, any light, will do in a given situation and then have the skills to manipulate it to your style! With this class you are guaranteed to leave with the knowledge and practical applications to make you a more efficient and profitable photographer.
  • Setting Yourself Up for Success: Youth Sports Photography

    Dave Stock
    Webinar: The growing youth sports photography field is full of great opportunities for the photographer who can consistently produce studio quality light during an efficiently run volume photo shoot. Dave Stock knows this firsthand, and he will share with you what has been working in his business.
  • Sometimes One Light Is Enough.

    Ian Spanier
    All too often photographers these days think they need tons of equipment to make a good image. Instead of breaking the bank on lighting, let’s take a look at how one light can often be all you need. Three Things to Learn: 1. The theory behind using just one light. 2. Using one light in 6 different lighting scenarios 3. How you can learn to use the sun to teach yourself better lighting
  • Studio Lighting Basics

    Tony Corbell , Cr.Photog., API
    Video: In this class, lighting expert Tony Corbell gets back to basics with you. His discussion of lighting effects and light theory will help you achieve depth and drama in your photographs – all with some flips of a switch, a few position changes and some really cool equipment!
  • Studio Lighting Basics: Understanding Patterns of Light

    Tony Corbell , Cr.Photog., API
    Video: In his or her studio, a photographer can create numerous patterns and shapes with light. But can you? Could you do it better? Get on board with PPA lighting guru, Tony Corbell. In this class, he shows you how to make magic in the studio!
  • Studio Portrait Lighting: The Walden Recipe

    Tim Walden , M.Photog.Hon.M.Photog.Cr., CPP, F-ASP
    Video: Known for his classic black-and-white images, Tim Walden is a master—and an artist—when it comes to lighting. Learn from an expert as he shows you what lights to use, how to place them and how to control each during a shoot. Coming to you from his Lexington, Kent. studio, Tim not only tells but shows you the lighting recipe he uses to produce his timeless photos.
  • Taking Control with Tony Corbell: Lighting & Using Gels

    Tony Corbell , Cr.Photog., API
    In this segment of Taking Control with Tony Corbell, PPA edu lighting expert, Tony Corbell Cr. Photog., API showcases different ways that color can have an impactful result in your portraits. Matching clothing colors, opposing colors, and how to maintain creative control while on location will be discussed throughout this episode as Tony helps you navigate through unfamiliar terrain and illustrates the predictability of exposure with gels. Sponsored by PROFOTO.
  • Taking Control with Tony Corbell: Working with One Light in the Studio

    Tony Corbell , Cr.Photog., API
    Not everyone has the luxury of either owning or being able to afford multiple lights, but don’t let that deter you! Join PPA edu lighting expert, Tony Corbell Cr. Photog., API, as he walks you through the diverse range you can have with a single light in your studio to get the most bang for your buck. This episode will be the first in a series devoted to lighting and this tutorial has been designed to showcase several very clever ways of working with only one light source. Discover how to utilize your full lighting, learn to create depth and dimension by means of light and shadow, and plan ahead so you can focus on keeping your full attention on your client rather than fixing your equipment along the way. Sponsored by PROFOTO.
  • The Art and Science of Lighting, Part 1

    Cris J. Duncan , M.Photog.Cr., CPP
    Video: Lighting is the one element that makes all aspects of photography possible. Your technique, your talent, your poses, your post-production – it’s all important but none of it creates the right results until you master lighting. In the first of a two-part series, Instructor and lighting guru Cris Duncan shares the science of lighting and how it combines with your artistic abilities to create the perfect images.
  • The Art and Science of Lighting, Part 2

    Cris J. Duncan , M.Photog.Cr., CPP
    Video: Drill down to the details as you discuss the 3 principals of light important in any circumstance. Understand the power of light and how to control it for the results you need. This final part of a 2-part series is detailed, informative, and immediately applicable to every photographer out there. Harness the power of lighting – a photographer’s most powerful tool – and use it to create impressive images!
  • The Art of Posing & Lighting Newborns

    Julia Kelleher , M.Photog.Cr., CPP
    Video: As a photographer, your littlest clients can be the most challenging. When photographing newborns, time is of the essence, as is comfort, safety and parent satisfaction! In this class, PPA instructor Julia Kelleher, teaches you posing techniques and tips for a smooth shoot and an end result that everyone will love.
  • The Basics: Reflectors

    Drake Busath , M.Photog.Cr.
    Video: In this class,lighting guru Drake Busath gets back to basics with reflectors! Reflectors are a key to great lighting and a photographer’s best friend – but only if you know what you doing. This course gives you all the fundamentals you need to know about using these great tools!
  • Tones and Zones

    Gavin Seim
    Webinar: After 15 years studying light, tones, zones, history and art, Gavin has compiled ideas to help you visualize and take charge of the light in your images. Both in camera and in post-production, you’ll learn how to learn from the masters and see light like never before! No matter what you photograph or what your experience level, Gavin will challenge how you use light and make you a better photographer!
  • Urban Bridal Portraits

    Damon Tucci , Cr.Photog.
    Video: In this video class, Damon Tucci teaches you how to capture the urban bride, using creative posing and lighting, yet still relying on the tried and true fundamentals of photography. You’ve shot the traditional – now learn how to break out of the norm and go bold!
  • Using Additive Light

    Jamie Hayes , M.Photog.Cr., CPP, ABI, API
    In this episode of PPAedu, Jamie Hayes illustrates how to use additional lighting to achieve different images, quickly and efficiently, while changing poses. Throughout this session, Jamie explains how to use additional strobe lighting to illuminate your model’s face, where to place your additional lighting and, camera positioning, all while keeping balance and bringing warmth to your images. Are you unsure on how to use a strobe, meter, or how to maneuver this technique through weather? Let us show you how!
  • Using Available Light

    Jamie Hayes , M.Photog.Cr., CPP, ABI, API
    In this episode of PPAedu, Jamie Hayes explains how to use available light in your setting, and how to pair it with an additive light and a reflector to give your shots more punch and balance. Jamie also walks through the process of how to use different sides of a reflector in different sun lighting, and how to use a tripod to move through multiple exposures in a short amount of time.
  • Using TTL Metering & High Speed Sync

    Jamie Hayes , M.Photog.Cr., CPP, ABI, API
    In this episode of PPAedu, Jamie Hayes explains how to use “through the lens” technology to get perfect exposure.
  • Window Light

    Hanson Fong , M.Photog.Cr.
    Video: Window lighting can be one of your greatest tools in wedding photography, but only if you know what to do. In this video, Hanson Fong tells you what to use and how to use it for amazing images. From a review of what window light is to incorporating tools to help you manage the light, you'll leave this class with an understanding of how to incorporate this into your portraits.
  • Window Lighting

    Dennis Craft , M.Photog.Hon.M.Photog.Cr., CPP, API,F-ASP
    Video: In this class, Dennis shares his wisdom and expertise on window lighting and how to best use it in your photos! Discover the four basic patterns that you can create. Discuss how to move your subject – since you can’t move your window – so as to make the various patterns. Learn what qualities to look for in your lighting, such as “North light.”
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