broncolor "How To" - Mission Impossible

broncolor “How To” – Mission Impossible

Karl Taylor Photography Equipment & Software, Photography Studio, Professional Photography Knowledge 6 Comments

In this new broncolor “How To” training video I’m in Switzerland with Urs Recher. We’re using the broncolor pulsospot4 to recreate a Mission Impossible style moment with our lovely model Zoe.

We’ve been working hard filming and editing to bring you more of these broncolor “How To” videos over the coming weeks. Please help us spread the word – simply share this post with your friends.

Thank you, Karl

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Previous broncolor “How To” videos.

If you’re new to my blog then don’t forget to check out our previous broncolor “How To” professional photography videos.

UV LIGHT & UNDERWEAR: http://bit.ly/UV-Light-Underwear
MOTION BLUR WITH DETAIL: http://bit.ly/motion-blur-with-detail
SHAPE LIGHT: http://bit.ly/Shape-Light
3 LIGHT PORTRAIT: http://bit.ly/3-Light-Portraiture
DESIGNER SHOE: http://bit.ly/Designer-Shoe
RED WINE: http://bit.ly/Red-Wine-Shoot
SPORTS MOTION: http://bit.ly/Sports-Motion
NECKLACE & BEAUTY PORTRAITS: http://bit.ly/Necklace-Beauty-Tutorial
FLASH PAINTING & BOTTLE: http://bit.ly/Flash-Painting-Bottle
EDGE & RIM LIGHTING: http://bit.ly/Edge-Rim-Lighting
SHINY OBJECTS: http://bit.ly/Shiny-Objects

Comments 6

  1. Tim Collins

    That was sooo good Karl.
    Once you had the circle projected, I was still trying to figure it out.
    I said to my friend, in order to get the intended effect, they’d have to shoot stage right.
    I just hadn’t expected for the camera to be quite so low down.
    The camera also seemed to be upside down, guess that was more to do with getting low as poss.
    What was software shots viewed on?
    Thanks Karl, enjoyed and appreciated.

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