Tutorials

Simple Off-Camera Lighting with Lumiquest

Trevor Sherwin goes on a lightweight shoot in the Don Valley with Dana. Watch as Trevor goes through 3 simple lighting setups with hot shoe flashes and the fold-flat and affordable Lumiquest modifiers including the Lumiquest LTp and SBIII.


Canon 5D Mark II – 70-200mm f4L – 1/100 @ f/4.0 – ISO 200 – Metz 58 AF2 on TTL


Canon 5D Mark II – 70-200mm f4L – 1/30 @ f/4.0 – ISO 200 – Metz 58 AF2 on TTL


Canon 5D Mark II – 70-200mm f4L – 1/125 @ f/9.0 – ISO 200 – Metz 58 AF2 on Radio Triggers, Half Power


Canon 5D Mark II – 70-200mm f4L – 1/125 @ f/5.6 – ISO 100 – Metz 58 AF2 on Radio Triggers, Half Power


Canon 5D Mark II – 70-200mm f4L – 1/125 @ f/5.6 – ISO 100 – Metz 58 AF2 on Radio Triggers, Half Power


Canon 5D Mark II – 70-200mm f4L – 1/40 @ f/4.0 – ISO 100 – Metz 58 AF2 on Radio Triggers, Half Power

Credits:
Photographer – Trevor Sherwin
Model – Daniela Tartau
Videographer – Mike Last

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  • Sdudra

    Hi
    Not much useful information here.
     What about the camera settings? What about flash settings?

    • http://www.photonews.ca PHOTONews Canada

      Sorry about that. Most of the info was about placing your lights and what was possible with small speedlights and small modifiers. 

      Camera: Canon 5D Mark II with Canon 70-200mm f4L
      Flash: Metz 58 AF-2 firing with TTL for the first two shots, and on radio slaves in manual mode for the next four photos. 

      We’ll add exposure details below the photos to help out, but the video should give a good sense of what is going on.