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This is a quick video blog by Greg Helton Photography showing how to use a reflector along side natural light to get natural looking portraits.
What size of reflector is that you’re using?
And if it’s cloudy…
yes the sound is pretty annoying, you don’t need it
I like that!
Didn’t watch it all because of the annoying music!
+Stan Knight God bless the button L .
I don’t know who told you that having your mic so you can hardly hear it
and really annoying music the rest of the time was a good idea, but I’m
sure you can sue them for something.
Straightforward and simple. Really helpful! :)
Good demonstration. Very useful.
The video was good other than the background music. It was too loud and too
distracting. It was hard to hear your voice over the music. Other than
that, I like it.
+Bubba Con I appologize, that is how I approached things early on and now
realize that it was distracting. Working on some updates but hoping start
adding new content again
This is more toward showing you what a reflector “does”. Not the
correct/best way to use one.
I think that what “does” the title say, right?
Hmm I think the white reflector does a better job
Good info, terrible sound. And what’s the purpose of loud percussion going
on and on louder than the narration? Kill the background music, quick.
what is the difference of the black & gold v’s white & silver? can you do a
video on the 4 different types and how they look.
Greg, what size reflector is that?
+Kris Teresa It is about a 3 foot reflector
Try a diffuser, and a subtle fill flash… ?
1.35 reflector doesn’t rescue that shot. it’s harsh anyway
Good video, super helpful – but the beat in the background is a bit