Wednesday, 2 March 2011

Perfect pure white background - Studio lighting tutorial

As you might have noticed from my previous blog posts, I was invited to test out a very expensive Hasselblad camera a few weeks back. The location was the Hasselblad studios in London and whilst I visiting I couldn't resist recorded a couple of lighting videos.

In this first video I revisited the pure white background tutorial I made several years back. Since that original video I've refined the technique which now contains more accurate and useful information for anyone looking for the perfect white background.

4 comments:

Miguel Angel ROMERO said...

Great tutorial! thanks a lot... :)
I've just one question.... which is the best way to do the same if we dont have the light meter?? usually I use the histogram... but I must to try 2 or 3 times before achive the goal....

Gary said...

Very nice Gavin. Looks like the model thought you were going to give him a smack when you came up with the light meter! Really like the first photo of the headphones. The camera looks like a serious monster. Something a-kin to the ones used by astronauts!

Peter said...

as always great video, thanks for Sharing

-Peter
Denmark

Rabbani said...

Sir waooooo That's what i all can say .. I m Rabbani Fron Pakistan I love to watch u r tutorial and got lot of knowledge about photography... My Q is how to add and cut the music in proshow VR 3 witch i am using plzzz if you reply me i am very Glad ... your blind std
M.Rabbani

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