New Webinar: Telling Stories In Your Portraits – Environmental Lighting Tips with Tony Gale

New Webinar: Telling Stories In Your Portraits – Environmental Lighting Tips with Tony Gale


Environmental portraiture gives you the opportunity to tell a clear story about your subject – but outside the studio, lighting situations can vary, making it difficult to get the right shot. Light plays a huge role in creating the mood in your images, and with your subject in the right light, you can nail the shot. In this 1 hour special co-sponsored by Manfrotto, award-winning NYC based photographer Tony Gale will deliver lighting techniques and tips you can take with you to your next shoot. Tony, a Sony Associate Artisan of Imagery and Manfrotto Ambassador, will walk you through some of the more difficult lighting scenarios he’s dealt with, showing diagrams of his light set ups and what gear to use to get the right look.

From this webinar you’ll walk away with advice about how to enhance the mood in your images by using strobes, softboxes, and Tony’s favorite: the Elinchrom Ranger Quadra. He’ll touch on metering, why using a color checker is an important tool for a better shot, and how to scout for the best locations for telling your subject’s story.

This hour will cover:

  • Choosing the right location for your shoot
  • Using a meter for a more enhanced shot
  • Indoor and outdoor lighting tips and set ups
  • Using a color checker for a more accurate image

Register now for this free webinar, happening Oct. 14th, 4pmET today! Also – 2 lucky listeners will win passes to PDN’s Photo Plus Expo’s The University workshop happening Oct. 29th in NYC. Get more info, here.  


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  1. Martin at 5:20 am

    Hi Sarah,
    unfortunately, I could not in the webinar “Telling Stories In Your Portraits” participate yesterday. Have you made ​​a recording? Best regards Martin

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