How to Shoot With Studio Lights
WHEN shooting with studio flash lights, you’ll be in full control of your lighting. Here’s how they work with your exposure: “The shutter speed controls how bright the backdrop is and the aperture determines how bright the subject is. Keep ISO consistent and low at around 100-200. Then you simply set the power of your flash heads individually to light your subject how you want.
I use a light meter,” says Emma, “but a good starting exposure is 1/125 sec, f/8, ISO100, with your lights on around 1/2 power, then tweak each light’s power as necessary.”