How to Use a Flash for Outdoor Portraits
If you’ve ever tried to take a portrait outdoors using nothing but natural lighting, you understand how beautiful natural lighting can be - and how difficult it can be as well. But there’s no rule that says just because you’re outside that you can’t use artificial lighting to supplement what nature gives you.
Jason Lanier has perfected the use of artificial lighting for outdoor portraits and shares his techniques and workflow in the video below. Using a simple single strobe setup, Jason demonstrates how frontlighting the subject with a strobe and shooting wide open to minimize the depth of field can generate some jaw-dropping shots.
Have a look at the video and learn how you can create stunning, outdoor portraits too!
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