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Studio lighting Portrait Photography Tutorial

This is a great video on using a large softbox.  In the video the instructor demonstrates several lighting techniques as well as a trick for metering the balanced output of the light to avoid a "hotspot." I actually use this metering approach to ensure that I don't run into dramatically un-even light in my images.

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