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7 Truths of Shooting Natural Light Only Photography, What You Can and Can’t Do – Viral Trends

7 Truths of Shooting Natural Light Only Photography, What You Can and Can’t Do

Join award winning photographer Jason Lanier as he shares his 7 Truths of Shooting Natural Light Only Photography. PLEASE THUMBS UP, SHARE, LEAVE A COMMENT AND SUBSCRIBE!!

In this video Jason shares his own natural light images from the course of his career as well as images and video footage from shoots using artificial lighting.

Jason believes that the foundation to great lighting and photography is in understanding and mastering natural lighting. In recent years a distinct trend has emerged as more and more photographers have migrated over to becoming natural light only photographers. Jason shares his thoughts on these photographers and also gives advice for how any photographer can achieve success.

This video is wrapped in a shoot that Jason conducted in Vancouver, Canada where Jason was conducting a training session teaching his students the differences between natural and artificial lighting. Jason did this shoot using the Sony A7Rii with the Canon 400mm f/2.8 lens with the Sigma MC11 Adapter.

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  1. Rediculously awesome photos as usual. Some photographers shoot natural light only because they don't want to learn flash. I used to be one of them. I forced myself to learn flash. Now sometimes I shoot natural, sometimes I shoot flash.

  2. Maddi's so cool!!!!  What an exceptional dramatic model. Maddi has the greatest expressions for any situation along with the hand and body expressions to match the mood that the photographer (in this case Jason)is trying to capture.OH, and you're peretty cool to Jason. Haha

  3. Your last few videos have been really good Jason. I am loving how you are teaching a balance of photographic styles. You seem to have a great professional relationship with Maddie as well, the images you make together are epic.

  4. Hello Jason, this is a great video. Talking about ambient light, can you talk about focusing with the sony in low light/night photography? There nothing out there about that topic. Keep up the good work. Saludos

  5. Great stuff Jason. Im holding off buying any lighting… for now. Its so easy buying gear only to find out there were better option's out there. I need to get more experience in natural light. I've put my money in glass so far :), 24-70 2.8 & 70-200 2.8 ( love this bad boy ). Love your style, HSS etc. And going forward I don't want to be limited in what and when I can shot.I should've come to Vancouver, I'm so close.:)

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