Explores the differences between shallow and deep light shapers, while showing us how to create simple and beautiful images with one light.
CHAPTER 01 – (00:00 – 02:30)
An overview discussing the light shaping effects of Rotalux deep and shallow softboxes.
CHAPTER 02 – (02:30 – 5:30)
The anatomy of a softbox. How baffles and deflectors affect the quality of light.
CHAPTER 03 – (5:30 – 9:18)
The art of positioning your light to control your shadows.
CHAPTER 04 – (10:48 – 18:42)
The differences of going from a Rotalux Deep Octabox 70cm to a Rotalux Deep 100cm softbox, and the qualities of a using a larger modifier.
CHAPTER 05 – (18:42 – 23:01)
Moving from Rotalux Deep 100cm softbox to a more shallow Rotalux 100cm softbox.
CHAPTER 06 – (23:01 – 34:20)
The art of using an Rotalux Deep 150cm indirect softbox and achieving even softer light using a larger light source.
CHAPTER 07 – (34:10 – 39:10)
The benefit of using an extra-large Indirect Litemotiv Octa 190cm, and the art of using positive and negative fill.
CHAPTER 08 – (39:00 – 55:00)
Go behind the scene as Felix Kunze applies the techniques of feathering his light, and switching between large and small, indirect and direct lighting modifiers to demonstrate their creative effects.
Inspired by purists, Litemotives are designed to get it right. With 16 sides in two incredible sizes, these exceptional light shapers don’t miss a detail.
Available in 12 different shapes and sizes, the Elinchrom Rotalux Softbox will quickly become your main light shaper whether you’re in a studio or on location.
Create harder and focused light with more contrast and maximum light output for punchy and crispy images.
Learn how you can create four entirely different portraits with a very simple setup with just a deep umbrella.
How to start with grids? To help you get started with grids, here are two easy setups for you to recreate.