Today the issue of Ebony magazine hit the stands. It features some of the work I have been doing with lighting and assisting in the city. The reason I named this changing gears is because I was waiting for a bit of proof that I knew what I was talking about before trying to offer my hand at teaching. I feel this publication serves as a cornerstone and social proof that I can perform on the level most aspire to.
That being said from here on out for a small nominal fee I will provide lighting diagrams and support via email until you get it right. I am planning to keep with the emailing individuals until the volume is too much for me to handle. I still have a job for now lol.
Every photographer needs a go-to lighting set-up that pops! I'm sharing one of my favorite lighting techniques, used on set with EBONY. You can achieve commercial worthy photos using this diagram. I'll tell you exactly where to place your camera, light, and subject for beautiful results.
- Excellent for editorial shoots, product shots, and modeling
- Minimal equipment required
- Basic studio lighting
But here is the first of hopefully many. Enjoy this diagram! There are more images from the shoot in a gallery below. give me your feedback and reach out