StudioLighting.net is a 100% free online resource for people that are interested in Studio Lighting for Photography. Whether you are a brand new photographer, or a seasoned professional, into film or digital photography, we hope you’ll find useful information here. We’ve packed the site with information on Studio Lighting Equipment, tips, setup, technique and tutorials for portrait photography. It is our hope to continually grow adding more value to this resource by providing fresh content each month. This site started as a personal collection of useful articles and information gathered from various skilled photographers. Now, in the spirit of information sharing, we’re passing it on to you – Enjoy!
Recent Studio Lighting & Photography News
What’s New @ Studio Lighting?
We’ve launched a new Photography Video Tutorials section with some help from our friends at SnapFactory.com. Now you can get answers to your lighting questions in video format.
Please welcome our newest contributor, David Griffin a.k.a. “The Prince of Cheap.” David is a talented photographer and has provided several tutorials on low budget lighting. Put away your wallet and keep an eye out for more of David’s content in coming months.
Listen to our Studio Photography Podcast – LightSource! In episode 92, Bill and Ed talk with wedding pro Cliff Mautner.
- Book Review: The Photograph – Composition and Color Design 2nd Edition by Harald Mante
- Book Review: Tabletop Photography by Cyrill Harnischmacher
- Book Review: Photoshop CS6: The Missing Manual by Lesa Snider
- Thorsten “The Great” Ott Returns with One of the Deepest Lighting Tutorials Ever Made!
- E092 Cliff Mautner
- E091 Mark Wallace
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