Techniques For The Indoor Environment

Ed Pierce M.Photog.Cr., CPP

The biggest key to successfully lighting a subject in an indoor environment and make it believable is to match the ambient room light in quality and direction. In this tutorial, Ed uses scrims, reflectors and flash to achieve the desired result. Also included are some of Ed’s favorite enhancement and finishing techniques utilizing Lightroom, Photoshop and Nik plug in’s. Filmed indoors at Wilmington’s Zone 8 Gardens.

Ed Pierce Bio

Ed Pierce’s career in photography has spanned nearly three decades. As a photographer, Ed has earned or received a majority of the awards, accolades and degrees the industry has to offer including Master of Photography and Photographic Craftsman. As an educator, Ed has appeared in over 800 venues nationally and internationally sharing his enthusiasm and passion for photography with over 100,000 professional photographers. For the past 13 years his role as creator and producer of PhotoVision has allowed him a unique opportunity to travel to, visit with, and observe in action the “Best of the Best.”

Ed distills the insights, practices and techniques of the world’s most talented and celebrated photographers and combines them with his own style and approach to create a “game plan for success” that he shares with his PhotoVision audiences.