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Dean Collins on lighting

Postby dnmilikan » Sat Nov 08, 2008 11:53 am

I thought that I would bring this to the attention of those who may be interested in control of lighting as relates to tonal representation in photography.

I first encountered Dean Collins about thirty years ago through an educational series that he produced called "Fine Light". Unfortunately he died at a young age due to cancer. Recently I re-encountered the video of his presentation at Brooks Institute in 1991.

You may find the link to a preview of his methods and a source for the video at the site below:

http://www.software-cinema.com/products ... details/82

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Re: Dean Collins on lighting

Postby WsW-Wyatt-Earp » Fri Nov 21, 2008 11:39 am

I may have to check this out ....

I recently had the opportunity to see the "One light workshop" with a fellow photographer. WOW, amazing DVD! Really explains things very easy to understand. He explains something then shows you the effects.

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Re: Dean Collins on lighting

Postby nannybear » Fri Nov 21, 2008 2:10 pm

Thanks for that, great stuff and I may well order the DVD! Cheers Jan
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Re: Dean Collins on lighting

Postby Tarafrost » Sun Nov 23, 2008 9:57 am

I have the Dean Collins DVDs. Highly recommended, if you want to really get good at flash photography and lighting.
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