There's always so much great content packed into these short videos produced by Profoto. No matter what your specialty, they're always sharing information to help you raise the bar on your skill set, and the quality of your images.
Watch the short video above as UK fashion and beauty photographer Tina Eisen takes you through six setups for creative portraits using the new Profoto A1. She shares a lot of great insight, and the blog post includes even more information with lighting diagrams for each setup.
This video is part of an exclusive article in Profoto's "Inspiration" series and it's all FREE. All you need to do is register and you'll not only get access to some of the very best content in professional photography but their newsletter as well. This post was particularly informative sharing more information about each setup, including lighting diagrams. Just click on the shot of Tina below.
Now and then a product shot comes along that's just fun to share. I loved this image of Tina from the post. Two things hit me - first, Oscar May clearly captured the essence of the artist posing with her gear. Second, is how Profoto with their extensive family of light-shaping tools and the portability of their On-Camera and Off-Camera Flash Systems have changed the way photographers capture images...anywhere and at any time of day!
There's a terrific promotion going on with the A1 right now through the end of the year. And, check out why the A1 is so remarkable with a click on the banner below.
In the 190+ year history of photography, photographers have never had more creative tools to work with than today. Many of them are all thanks to Profoto! Isn't it time you found out what all the buzz was about?
ClickCon was AMAZING!
It's rare that a first year conference has the power that ClickCon brought to the industry last week. Great speakers, a busy trade show and 1300 attendees loaded with a passion to learn and grow. Put the show on your radar so you know the dates for 2020 when they're announced!
Check out "Why?" one of the most popular features on the SCU Blog. It's a very simple concept - one image, one artist and one short sound bite. Each artist shares what makes the image one of their most favorite. We're over 100 artists featured since the project started. Click on the link above and you can scroll through all of the episodes to date.