At Least Do This: Use a Warming Gel on Your Key Light

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At Least Do This: Use a Warming Gel on Your Key Light

Post by digital » Fri Mar 03, 2017 6:24 am

At Least Do This: Use a Warming Gel on Your Key Light

Abstract: Warming your flash will greatly improve skin tones. Which warming gel you use depends on your subject, the lighting environment, your camera's color palette and personal preference.I still remember the day I was introduced to warming gels. It was nearly 30 years ago. I was assisting photographer Chris Usher in 1988 on a shoot in Washington for Businessweek. As he was setting up his light he asked me to hand him his gels, absentmindedly muttering, "Always gotta warm the key light..."And I'm thinking, "Wait, what?"Read more »

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