Use a Gobo to Shape Light for Portraits: Exploring Photography with Mark Wallace

Use a Gobo to Shape Light for Portraits: Exploring Photography with Mark Wallace

https://www.youtube.com/user/adoramaTV

In this episode, Mark Wallace explains how to create a simple gobo to create patterns on a white background for more interesting portraits. Mark also goes into detail about setting up lighting for beautiful portraits using an octobox, grid, and a white panel to bounce light. This episode is packed with lighting tips.

Products Used:

Leica M10 Mirrorless Digital Rangefinder Camera, Black

Leica 50mm f/1.4 SUMMILUX-M Aspherical -Black

Profoto B2 250 AirTTL To-Go Kit

Flashpoint XPLOR 600 TTL Exclusive Kit

Flashpoint Grid Set, for 8″ Reflectors, Consists of 1 each: 10 deg., 20 deg., 30 deg.and 40 deg. Grids

Profoto Air Remote Transceiver

Profoto 2′ Octagonal Off-Camera Flash Softbox

Profoto Off-Camera Flash Speedring for Profoto B1 and B2

Profoto 2′ Octagonal Off-Camera Flash Softgrid

Sekonic L-858D-U Speedmaster Light Meter

Tether Tools Rock Solid 11″ Articulating Arm with Center Lock

Production Equipment Used:

Sony Alpha a7 III 24MP UHD 4K Mirrorless Digital Camera with FE 28-70mm Lens

Sennheiser Evolution G3

DJI Osmo Action 4K HDR Camera

DJI Osmo Pocket

DJI Osmo Pocket Extension Rod

Follow Mark on Instagram: @jmarkwallace

Model: Alejandra Restrepo
Instagram: @alejandrarfotografia

Subscribe to the Adorama YouTube Channel:

Follow us on Social Media


#MarkWallace #Gobos #LightingTips

Recommended


Film Awards Shows

Short Film Making Basics

Cinematography Definition

Cinematic Film Making Techniques