Though it may seem intricate and daunting, achieving a cinematic look isn’t as complicated as you might think.
Recreate natural light within a studio is one of the most challenging tasks you can encounter. It is also one of the most significant assets a photographer can have.
Let’s have an in-depth look at how big of an impact lighting has on your RAW files and how you can achieve the final look you are going for.
Still life photography is a fantastic way to learn more about the fundamentals of lighting. Understand what the Elinchrom App can play in your creative process.
The more I shoot self-portraits, the more I learn, and so I wanted to encourage anyone who is curious to try it out! – Brandi Nicole
Using the ELB 400, the ELB 500 TTL and ELB 1200 in tandem is possible. Even mixing HS and HSS technologies together is seamless.
Light faster than ever with the ELB 500 TTL. Learn how to use TTL and get the best out of it.
How to create dramatic shots in a pinch using TTL and aperture priority mode. Example with the bride getting ready photo session.
How to use TTL to light portraits faster than ever. Example on a first dance photo session.
How to use TTL to light portraits faster than ever. Example on a bride & groom portrait photo session.
Felix Kunze goes in-depth to show us the difference between deep and shallow Elinchrom modifiers as well as how their size makes a difference.
Learn how you can create four entirely different portraits with a very simple setup with just a deep umbrella.
Wouldn’t it be fantastic to have the quality of light of a softbox while retaining the ease of use of an umbrella? Could deep umbrellas be the solution?
With the right tips and tricks, mounting a Litemotiv Softbox is fairly easy. In this video, we show you how to assemble, in the right way, a Litemotiv Softbox.
How to start with grids? To help you get started with grids, here are two easy setups for you to recreate.
Those who have tried grids can just not live without it. Learn more about them and choose the one you must have.
The secret of a good photoshoot is to catch the feelings of your subject. Learn why this is so important.
With the Elinchrom Rolling Case, you are able to carry almost anything you need as a photographer on location.
Learn and explore the possibility of triggering in Hi-Sync mode with the Skyport Plus HS while using light-shapers on location.
Umbrellas are the go-to tool every photographer should own. Easy to use, portable, extremely light weight and affordable with great results.
Why using outdoor flash? Learn how to start easily with flash photography on location.
This video will show you the complete content of a D-Lite RX To Go Set and how to proceed with your first setup. From mounting a Softbox on your unit to connecting a Transmitter.
Explore 4 different lighting styles using the Sekonic 478DR Elinchrom lightmeter that could benefit both you and your clients.
Want to get started with HSS photography and sync your flash faster than 1/200th of a second?
In this video, we’ll show how easy it is to complete the deed in just a minute!
Low-key, Mid-key and High-key: 3 fundamental lighting setups. An introduction to your first studio setups.
With the Skyport system, there is an option to use the Speed Normal mode of the transmitter. This might be confusing, but here at the basics.
The Q-Reflector Adapter MK-II allows access to the entire Elinchrom system of light shapers. This adapter snaps onto the Quadra flash head and uses the normal rotating collar mount.
Read more about how to setup the Hi-Sync and HSS feature to get the best from your Transmitter PRO.
With the ELB 400, you have 3 different flash heads, let us explain the differences between the various flash heads offered for the most portable battery pack you’re about to use.
If you are an amateur photographer, this is the video to introduce you to studio flash photography.
HyperSync, HSS, Hi-Sync, all these flash techniques are misunderstood. Let’s overview these technics to shoot at shutter speeds higher than the standard flash sync speed of DSLR cameras.
“Shadow is just as important as light”, was the first thing he mentioned when we asked Anoush Arbar to describe the light that the Litemotiv projects.