3 Quick Tips To Help You Master Set Design!

In today’s video I wanted to give you three quick tips that will help you master set design the next time you are choosing props in the studio for a photoshoot. For more information about my workshops please visit https://johngress.com/workshops/

00:00 Introduction
00:12 Color Harmony
01:36 Elevation & Depth
03:08 Matching the Era
04:35 Conclusions

Conclusions Color Harmony Calculator https://www.sessions.edu/color-calcul…

This video was shot with a Canon Cinema EOS C70 https://amzn.to/3vkvy7X https://adorama.rfvk.net/P0V3z6

Canon RF 35mm f/1.8 IS Macro STM https://amzn.to/3cYH6VB https://adorama.rfvk.net/QOnmNz

Lit with a Nanlite Forza 720 LED Spot Light https://nanlite.pxf.io/AoVrzo on my face and Nanlite Para 90 Quick-Open Softbox with Bowens Mount (35in) https://nanlite.pxf.io/jW3PoPV-FLAT WORLD Foldable V-Flat, Set of 2, Black/White https://bit.ly/3fXqaid

Music: Evolution and Going Higher by Bensound http://bensound.com/

Photographers have a lot of misconceptions when it comes to flash, LEDs and modeling lights. So in today's video I am going to touch on what each of these things do and in general how you can use them. I will touch on Why you would use LED continuous lights or flash, types of flashes, Flash duration, how many watt seconds you need, LED brightness, why you would use a light meter and the inverse square law.
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