Backlight Natural vs Strobe
Shooting into the backlight is a favorite of many natural light photographers. Felix and Sue demonstrate how to replicate this popular backlight look with studio lighting. Learn how to master this set up to open up your options when it comes to shooting into the backlight in any space or scenario.
4 Reviews for Backlight Natural vs Strobe
“The breakdown of this backing down the shutter speed was BRILLIANCE!”
— Danielle M.
“Nikita, these large scrims can be very expensive. I use ripstop nylon (purchase at local fabric stores) when I make over size scrims and make a frame from PVC...its "on the cheap" but will work. Purchase a small portion first to set up and test the stop frange then you will know what you need before you buy to make but you double the layers to get more fstop control/
1 star cause Im not sure why I would rate when commenting to help...no baring on the video its self but to comment I have to rate”
— Tracy S.
“Where is the link to the scrim on Amazon told in this video ?”
— Nikita D.
“Love it! I do not have a window for back light so I have been trying to emulate it wrongly.
Now I know what to do! Wonderful! Thanks 🙏”
— Raquel P.