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LIGHTING TECHNIQUES IN PHOTOGRAPHY

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Modelo en Barcelona Studios off camera flash
The session took place on the sets of Barcelona Studios, one of the largest in the city. It was a class of Fashion Photography in studio, within the Professional Photography Course of the Seeway School. This time we wanted to work with continuous light and not with flashes, the usual light source in studio photography.
Reflex umbrella
In this blog I talk about my work and not that of other photographers, but there are exceptions that confirm the rule. Annie Leibovitz is a photographer I admire and in my Portraiture and Fashion classes I teach her work quite often. As a fan of his, a teacher of lighting techniques and a portrait professional, I couldn't help but
Photography workshop
A couple of months ago, I gave another workshop on the Strobist technique at GrisArt, International School of Photography, in Barcelona. This time we were able to count on the facilities of a farmhouse in the same city, near the airport. The rooms of this location have been transformed into rooms with very different styles, with the purpose of being
Two of my uncles have worked in automobile factories and three of my cousins have studied industrial mechanics for a few years. Although my vocation was far from there, I have always liked tools and machines. Automatic industrial systematization based on electricity, electronics, hydraulics and pneumatics have produced fascinating machines that remind me of Fritz Lang's futuristic film Metropolis, a
Taller de fotografía Strobist en Montevideo, Uruguay
The following images were taken during the practical sessions of the Strobist workshop I gave in Montevideo, Uruguay, last August. The idea of the class was to teach the extremes of lighting, setting up different sets with hard or soft main lights.
Taller de fotografía Strobist. off camera flash, en Uruguay
Almost a year ago I was watching all three seasons of American Horror Story. I had a lot of fun and I liked the aesthetics, especially the first season. The promotional posters showed walls with frayed old wallpaper and a soft, intimate light that I really liked.
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