For ordinary photography enthusiasts, they always feel that the shooting of commercial portraits is far away from them, and that they don’t have a professional studio or equipment like this. But Nick Fancher, a commercial and portrait photographer from the United States, thinks otherwise. She believes that professional-level photos do not necessarily require professional-level equipment… Using the simplest and cheapest equipment, you can also take beautiful photos depending on the characteristics of the shooting environment. !
The following is a work taken by Nick, using a small flash and some small accessories. There are also photos and text explanations attached to the work. I hope you can start with the equipment and resources you already have to shoot your own work.
Ensure that the ground and background are not photographed by the flash, you can easily take a photo with a black background
Travel photos? Find a projector, then find some materials on the Internet, and easily travel around the world in the corridor~
White walls or ceilings can reflect light, and The room like this in the picture is simply an oversized softbox
If you want to create a soft light effect in a narrow space, you can place a flash next to/behind the model, aiming at the wall facing him. Get it done-instantly you have a large and soft light source.
Put a pentaprism in front of the lens to shoot, which can create a very Gorgeous light effects. But what if the pentaprism is placed in front of the flash? The dappled light can add color to your photos.
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