Learning to Love Difficult Light

Turn difficult lighting situations into images your clients will love

learn simple steps for overcoming bad light on a wedding day

From tiny hotel rooms to dark venues, outdoors at high noon to nighttime portraits, wedding photographers have to deal with the craziest of situations and the most difficult of light. Learn to embrace the difficult and turn it into beautiful images that your clients will love.

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As wedding photographers, we always get to work in the most beautiful locations with the perfect, well-placed light? Right? Wrong! From tiny hotel rooms to dark venues, outdoors at high noon to nighttime portraits, wedding photographers have to deal with the craziest of situations and the most difficult of light. Learn to embrace the difficult and turn it into beautiful images that your clients will love.

In this talk from the 2018 Shoot to Print Tour, Susan Stripling will share simple step-by-step instructions for turning bad light and shitty locations into amazing images – from small or windowless getting ready rooms, to outdoor portraits at noon, to nighttime shots, using both natural light and off-camera flash

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The Shoot to Print Tour

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