Lighting for Dark Weddings Using an Off-Camera Soft Box - Photography Tutorial


Lighting is one of the most important aspects of any photograph. This is especially true for wedding photography, where lighting can often be difficult to control. In a church ceremony, for example, flash photography is usually prohibited, and the wedding photographer will have to rely upon their fast lenses and high ISO speeds to get the shot. - View Tutorial »


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