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The Smallest Studio in the World 4

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Runtime - length of the film: 5m58s
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In the smallest studio in the world even the great Dutch Masters have their place. Eib is back with another technique that can be universally applied with the minimum amount of effort, like what you might find in the smallest photo studio in the world.

A special lighting technique is shown here that simulates the portrait style of the great master Rembrandt . This Rembrandt lighting style has tell tale characteristics which Eib will be able to demonstrate and you can emulate. Grand masters don't come by their accolades for nothing and even here in the smallest studio in world we can show you how... so please Tune In with Eib for Rembrandt Lighting

The Smallest Studio in the World 3

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Runtime - length of the film: 4m28s
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We weren't kidding about the "smallest studio in the world" as you can see here in this second practical application of the techniques discussed before.  In this enlightening video Eib Eiberhauser shows how to deal with the back light situation. He does this by bringing the sunlight into the studio and then shows how to tame its eccentricities to make a well balances portrait with all the best attributes of the "largest studio in the world."

So please tune in here on FotoTV. for this informative and practical application video for your own "smallest studio in the world".

The Smallest Studio in the World 2

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Runtime - length of the film: 6m15s
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So you've got everything set in your smallest studio in the world so lets let Eib Eibelshaeuser show us how to get the first contracts for portraits work rolling.

In this practical film Eib is all hands-on with getting a simulated sky to create a "natural" lighting. Studio lights often look just like that; you can see it was done in a studio. Shouldn't our goal be to make this as clear as day.

With a few simple reflectors and the posing stand we saw before, Eib has us up and running in no time. Be sure to tune in to this very helpful video... in the smallest studio in the world!! You're sure to get something from it.

The Smallest Studio in the World 1

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Runtime - length of the film: 06m26s
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Everyone wants to shoot in the biggest studio of the world: outdoor with available daylight . Here's Eib Eibelshaeuser to show us how to convert the biggest studio in the world from outdoor to indoor and make the best possible studio with reasonable means and effort.

This is the first in a series so jump in now. In this opening video, in just a few steps we have our corner of light absorbing cloth, and a posing stand to insure the subject is best positioned. With tips on low cost reflectors and construction materials that are easy to come by. You will be up and running in no time.

So please Tune-in now and get all the needed tips and info on this new series.

Light Feathering Part 4

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Runtime - length of the film: 14m23s
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Martin is back with part four of our series on Light Feathering. Katja is back too, to help us with the practical side of this useful technique.

Light Feathering, as we've learned is a way of using one light to do two things simultaneously. But the studio is a creative place and who says you can't have multiple lights. Martin shows us why it is useful to have a second light and why it too can be "feathered" to great effect.  So please Tune-in

Light Feathering Part 3

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Runtime - length of the film: 09m26s
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Here with part three in our series on light feathering, Martin Krolop shows us how to use only one light and the feathering technique for well balanced full body shots.

The trick being the magic placement of the subject to the light that then balances the light ideally. In this manner no dynamic is lost or contrast correction is needed. The single flash properly placed or model for that matter, can end with a great result. ... oh and Katja doesn't disappoint either!

Light Feathering Part 2

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Runtime - length of the film: 08m46s
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Light Feathering Part 1

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Martin Krolop, often in the company of beautiful women, doesn't disappoint. Here putting the theory from the introduction now into the practice.

The feathering technique outlined previously is now demonstrated using a softbox and a lovely model from Paris, France, nonetheless. The trick to feathering is indirect light. You will see here how to use a large softbox instead of two lights to create an evenly balanced portrait.

You won't want to miss this excellent video on how to get the most out of a softbox and a pleasing result in the end. Tune-in!

Light Feathering Part 1

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Runtime - length of the film: 13m30s
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Master photographer Martin Krolop based in Cologne is here with the first in a series on lighting techniques. The technique presented here, known as light feathering allows the user to get the most out any given light source.

Important to get the key concepts before traversing further, Martin lays down the basics in a clear and concise manner. So when you do understand what you're doing, you will be able to apply this technique to your unique advantage. This is one of those "less is more" concepts, but careful attention to detail and placement are the factors that exploit the physics of light so that you can make full body shots illuminated with a uniform light... and who needs more than one light anyway?

Another for the lets keep it simple crowd...but so much more ... Jump in now as the rest will be based around this opening technique. Tune In it's happening NOW!!

photokinaTV - Broadcastingsoftware mimoLive

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Runtime - length of the film: 8m53s
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You've probably noticed that we send photokinaTV and the presentations of our FotoTV. movie stars live to you this year. This requires a suitable software that among other important features should be stable especially!
 
For years FotoTV. is a very satisfied user of Boinx's Mac solution which formerly was called BoinxTV and has been renamed in mimoLive (Multi-In, Multi-Out Live Video Engine) now.
 
Leonard Christian is a guest at the photokinaTV stage and shows the streaming software and it's innovations. It can control up to nine different image sources. In addition, mimoLive works with Youtube and other social media platforms that allow livestream. The relatively low price makes it possible for smaller projects to use this solution.

"Drama Noir" Look

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Runtime - length of the film: 09m56s
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Composing drama nudes does not mean to create dusky sceneries but rather working with well-chosen light/shadow areas and corresponding accents.

Imagine a Hitchcock movie or any neo-noir tale. Something darker, scarier, more suspenseful… yet dazing bewitching. Photographs rich in contrast, black-and-white in feel, at least not very colorful, not very glossy, nothing trendy. Drama stands for something visually dramatic.

Messages can be sexy lascivious, contain round forms, and be strong and bold in emotions. A drama/noir setup most definitely flatters a woman’s shape.