Top 4 Photography Tips With The Sun Glow Lamp!
It is incredibly important that you are aware of your surroundings and what background will be used in your picture! When using the Sun Glow Lamp for your picture, the lamp will be projecting on to the subject and the picture will pop especially if the subject or model is posed up in front of a white background! The white background will help show all the vibrant and bright colours of the projection and make your picture stand out! If you don't have a white background then we recommend using a white bed sheet or plastic sheeting for outdoor and indoor pictures!
Create your Shadow!
When using the Sun Glow Lamp for pictures, means that this lamp will be your source of light so the placement of the lamp is incredibly important! Depending on how you want your picture to turn out, we recommend playing around with the positioning of the lamp and see what works best for you. It is also important to create your own shadow to create dimension and volume. Good thing about using the Sun Glow Lamp as your source of light for the pictures is that you can easily adjust the light and brightness if you can not move your subject around! To create shadows we recommend using an umbrella, or a large piece of cardboard, basically anything large and solid that will help you cast a shadow to help you block out the light where needed!
Now if you can move your model or subject around then we suggest moving them around as much as you can! This will lead to more variety of angles and overall better photos! Photographing your model from a different perspective will lead to a potentially great photograph allowing you to be creative with all the possibilities! We recommend the model crouching down and looking into the camera or maybe taking the photo from a higher angle that showcases the immense beauty of the light and subject!
Bouncing The Light!
To spice up your picture even more we recommend reflecting the light from the Sun Glow Lamp and this will diffuse it by helping it to scatter and cover a larger area! To reflect your light, we recommend using a mirror which reflects the light completely. But if you want a less extreme reflector then crumble up a massive piece of aluminum foil and wrap it around a piece of cardboard and hold it up. This will make a great reflector and is not as harsh as the mirror, really great for adding highlights and quality!
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