Let There Be Light: Overcast

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Join me today and find out how to make the best of Overcast light and learn to use very, very simple elements to create a different lighting situation…

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Let There Be Light: Overcast Includes:

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Let There Be Light: Overcast

In this workshop, we’re going to tackle a lighting situation that a lot of Photographers really love, because they consider it to be the easiest light. Overcast light does have its drawbacks though. It’s very flat light, which is not flattering on a face. Also your subject will not have that beautiful light in their eyes which brings them to life unless you know how to get the best results in Overcast light.

Let me show you ways to pose your subjects and use environmental elements to create light and shadows upon your subject. I’ll also demonstrate the use of an Ice Light which is something that I am asked about frequently. See how I use this easy, portable convenient light to sculpt my subject and flatter them. As a photographer, you should be prepared to shoot in ANY light that presents itself. Join me today and find out how to make the best of Overcast light and learn to use very, very simple elements to create a different lighting situation than the one available to you!

4 Reviews for Let There Be Light: Overcast

“Another phenomenal video. I have every one of the light series and they’re all very informative..and Meg...Where did you get the kick a$$ military jacket.??? I’m in love with it”

— AUDRA M.

“I so wish I had watched this before a recent session on an overcast day! I had a beautiful location, beautiful subject, and I thought I would have minimal trouble with the light, since it was overcast & even. Now I understand why I have had to do so much work in post & why I am still not satisfied after all I've done to improve the images in post! I will be doing so many things differently after watching this video!”

— ACELA M.

“I loved this lesson about overcast. I learned so much from this! I live where it is foggy most of the winter and I just didn't shoot. I didn't realize you could still come up with such gorgeous images in this light also. Thanks to all xo”

— BONNIE K.

“I love the way Meg encourages the models with positive reinforcement. I need to do that more. I have never loved overcast light. face towards light... ahh ha!”

— ROBIN H.