One of the most common mistakes photographers make is when the color temperature of their artificial light and the ambient light don’t match. In this lesson, Felix takes us to a church with lots of warm light, and then an office with a lot of cool light. Watch as he explains how he changes the color temperature of his flash to match the environment he’s shooting in to create cohesive and natural-looking portraits.

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One of the most common mistakes photographers make is when the color temperature of their artificial light and the ambient light don’t match. In this lesson, Felix takes us to a church with lots of warm light, and then an office with a lot of cool light. Watch as he explains how he changes the color temperature of his flash to match the environment he’s shooting in to create cohesive and natural-looking portraits.

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“Hi Felix, Can you explain a bit about the reverse mounted Elinchrom Octabanks? It appears that the modifier used for this shoot can be used both reversed (your approach ) but also with the light from behind. Do you need a specific adapter to do this? and will it work with something like a profoto B10? Thanks , Matt”

Matthew A.

“This was great! I have one question. Did you adjusted the color temperature in camera to 3800K when using the CTO gels?”

Jose B.