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Take Control of Your Light
Take Control of Your Light
Brad Bartholomew
Take stunning photos in any indoor lighting situation. Discover how to use lights, camera settings and modifiers to capture your subjects perfectly.
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Let Santa Fe instructor Rick Allred shed light on how to use your flash like a pro, for natural, beautiful results that will set your photos apart.
Rick Allred
Rick Allred
Let photographer Kirk Tuck show you the equipment, setup and lighting techniques you’ll need to create alluring, professional-quality studio portraits.
Kirk Tuck
Kirk Tuck
Confidently and easily pose your subjects to capture photographs that feel natural. Bring out the best in individuals, couples and even large groups!
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