Rogue Lighting Blogs

Light is a tool that photographers can use to create a completely different environment, style, character, or in this situation all three! Watch as photographer Tom Bol uses a few flashes and Rogue modifiers to show how easy it is to capture a unique character.

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A wedding album isn't complete without detail shots that were so carefully chosen by the new couple on their special day. There are plenty of shots not to miss on the wedding day, we talked about Capturing Wedding Details Part I: Bridal Bling, so let's now take a look at what we can do with the groom's gear.

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Boudoir doesn't always require a large studio, several lights, or different modifiers. Sometimes you can keep it simple and get things done with a reflector, a window in a home or hotel room, and some easy posing tips!

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For some photographers, head shots are the bread and butter of business. If there's anything that a photographer should always have in their (mental) tool kit, it's a go-to simple 1-light head shot.

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Boudoir portraits are designed to evoke the idea of intimacy, seduction, and the beauty of the body. What better way to stir up those reactions than to highlight the natural curves and add color to the portrait to play on our subject's lingerie.

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A wedding album isn't complete without detail shots that were so carefully chosen and picked by the new couple on their special day. There are plenty of shots not to miss on the wedding day, but some of the most important are those details from the bride.

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Some shoots don't require an elaborate set up in order to get the shot, as the old adage goes, "less is more." For this shoot, that couldn't be any more true. Our model is modern, but rugged, detail-oriented, but casual, and in order to capture that which is cool about him, we've got to get in that same mindset.

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It can be said over and over, but every time an amazing photograph is published and it's learned that it's a one light portrait, jaws continue to drop. That's definitely the case with this demonstration from Lindsay Adler shooting boudoir!

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Honeycomb grids are a great way to direct light in one direction while still creating a soft-edged effect with your lighting, but what happens when those grids are white?

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Using two speedlights modified with Rogue FlashBender 2 XL Pro Lighting Systems set up as gridded strips, we can focus the light in a very specific area. Using a strip gives us a soft but narrow beam of light, the grid enhances that focus even more while still keeping the softer quality of light.

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