Lighting Groups

(5 customer reviews)

When photographing groups on-location, it can seem near impossible to get soft, even light on all of your subjects. In this segment, Felix shows you his simple methods for lighting groups in any scenario to create beautiful light throughout your image. Understanding these techniques will free you to stop worrying about lighting and focus on creating meaningful memories for your clients.

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Lighting Groups

When photographing groups on-location, it can seem near impossible to get soft, even light on all of your subjects. In this segment, Felix shows you his simple methods for lighting groups in any scenario to create beautiful light throughout your image. Understanding these techniques will free you to stop worrying about lighting and focus on creating meaningful memories for your clients.

5 Reviews

“As I gear up for a family portrait session in an old garage, I feel much more confident in getting the lighting situation under control at the outset. Thank you Felix, for making this so much more manageable.”

Donnamaria J.

“This was an extremely helpful course. I always approached group lighting with more challenging methods but after watching this series, I feel like I can confidently conquer any scenario. I especially loved the way Felix showed how to shoot large groups together and using a composite method. I'm excited to apply his teaching to my own work now!”

Scharad L.

“OMG!!! The concept that the "beam of light" crosses in front of the group (as opposed to "at" the group, causing falloff) was mind blowing! Due to the angle of the beam, that never directly hits anyone, with the light on the left of the group, if its 3' in front of the person on the left end, and only 1' in front of the person on the right end, that last person is actually closer to the beam and more lit than the 1st person. Combine that with the light lost by the inverse square law and both ends are evenly lit!!!! WOW! WOW! WOW! That just rocked my world! That alone, if I learned nothing else, was worth the price of admission! Now THAT'S mastering light! WOW!!!”

Jo Anne R.

“thank you so much for this.... i'm new to compositing and this is so very helpful.”

Liane M.

“Wow! Thank you for sharing the composite video in the group session. I’m fairly new to all this and even more so with. Photoshop. I was wondering how you were going to piece this all back together. Amazing. I can’t wait to give this a try.”

Gabriel S.