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Advanced Beauty Lighting with Michael Corsentino

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Ryan Powell (2 months ago)
Excellent work!!
David Ventura (3 months ago)
When metering main and strip box you do you meter as a whole or individually. Asking for a friend!
floex831 (4 months ago)
SOLID WORK!!!
Ryan JAO (7 months ago)
thanks u so much :)
ys (7 months ago)
I love your video!✨Let me ask , if I dont have zoom reflector for side light, is there have any options?(like ocf grid or just put b1 near model, etc...)if the ressalt gona be totally changed, it's not make sense though,i want to know other ways.
Digital Marketing (8 months ago)
Michael ... I know you said you were new to gels, and curious about one thing. I find the banding on her neck at 3:19 distracting. Not sure if this was intentional, or not. I love the pose and the color wash.
James Mason (10 months ago)
Always above the rest. Do you do any workshops in the NJ/NY area.??
Bhawna studio (10 months ago)
Plzz ptovide more detal with product name & all umbrela with pic we need for new studio plzzz suggest me
Luis Salazar (1 year ago)
Thank you so much for all your help, I was wondering if you were coming to Texas sometime, please let me know when you do, I will be glad to meet you in person.
Michael Corsentino (1 year ago)
Thank you Luis, will do!
Larry Fry (1 year ago)
Excellent Michael - Thanks!
Michael Corsentino (1 year ago)
Thanks Larry!
Luis Salazar (1 year ago)
Heybro ,
Michael Corsentino (1 year ago)
Holla!
j cortes (1 year ago)
Michael, as always thanks for sharing. This is very informative.
Michael Corsentino (1 year ago)
You're welcome! Thanks for tuning in.
b bayek (1 year ago)
Great video, as always! On your picture at 11:35, I can see that there are two shadows - one behind the model, one on the floor - is that how you wanted it?
Michael Corsentino (1 year ago)
The cross shadows are from the accent lights. Full figures were really an afterthought but in any case no it doesn't bother me as in the studio vs location its less about replicating what happens in nature with respect to lighting.
Angel Medina (1 year ago)
I would like to see an actual video of the photo session, not just diagrams. thanks!
Pablo Villegas (1 month ago)
Angel Medina You cannot take pictures and record at the same time.
floex831 (4 months ago)
B&H channel and a ton of others have detailed videos you can watch.
Digital Marketing (8 months ago)
Hey Angel ... check out RGG tutorials or fstoppers. I would stay away from Creative Live. I have yet to see a quality video from them. RGG has a fantastic black friday sale. Jake Hicks does a lot of work with gels, although in a far more dramatic way than you see here. He has his own course on RGG. Fstoppers has some excellent ones too, such as Peter Hurley's head shots. On a more entry level course, you could try "Studio Beauty" at the Retouchers's Academy. There is a code for 100 dollars off. Lindsay Adler has some freebies on her site, as does Jake. Michael has some great looks here, but don't feel bad because you like videos. I have been doing this for 20 years, and am glad videos came along. It has elevated my work to another level.
Digital Marketing (8 months ago)
And people have different learning methods Stan. Don't fault them. For the record, as a pro, I sometimes find lighting diagrams missing important elements ... e.g.,grids used, etc. I get it. People are busy, or assume others will "just figure it out". But there are lots of successful videos out there. Peter Hurley's headshot series, or RGG's tutorials.
Digital Marketing (8 months ago)
That comes off as a little sarcastic. Not sure what his request is for, but if it is just to learn photography lots of folks could find videos useful.
Paul Bernardi (1 year ago)
Hi Mike great video. Did you adjust your light power(s) between shots? It looked like one of the shots had more shadow on the left side of the face. Thanks.
Michael Corsentino (1 year ago)
I'm always seasoning to taste with power adjustments, distance adjustments, and the use of reflective and subtractive panels. Hope that helps ;-)

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