Lighting 4 — Creating Every Natural Light Effect Using Flash (HD) — SLR Lounge — Free download

This is the fourth course in the Location Lighting Mastery Series. At this point, if you’ve completed the series you’ve mastered the fundamentals of light from Lighting 101, learned the power of a single flash in Lighting 201, created dramatic and dynamic imagery using multi-point light setups in Lighting 3, now in Lighting 4, we’re going to move to what we think is the most advanced and refined step of your lighting toolkit, that is learning to create any form of natural light effect using highly portable flashes and modifiers.

You’ll walk away from this course with patterns and recipes for re-creating authentic and refined natural light using flash, which removes any limitation mother nature might present to you. As a photographer, this means no matter the scene, situation, or time of day, you are always in control!

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Light_and_Lighting_4.part1.rar   (download)
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Light_and_Lighting_4.part2.rar   (download)
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Light_and_Lighting_4.part3.rar   (download)
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Light_and_Lighting_4.part4.rar   (download)
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Light_and_Lighting_4.part5.rar   (download)
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Light_and_Lighting_4.part6.rar   (download)
3.79 GB

Course content: https://www.slrloungeworkshops.com/natural-light-flash

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Yan

These 5gb files are immense!
Any chance you can make them smaller?