with Scott Kelby
Take your studio lighting game on location! Join Scott Kelby for an action packed class on how to use the Elinchrom ELB 400 in a variety of locations. From a local golf course to t... READ MORE
lessons: 19 Course Lessons
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Location Lighting with the Elinchrom ELB 400
with Scott Kelby
Take your studio lighting game on location! Join Scott Kelby for an action packed class on how to use the Elinchrom ELB 400 in a variety of locations. From a local golf course to the Nevada desert to a wedding venue, Scott shows you all kinds of ways to leverage the portability and power of the ELB 400 to unleash your creativity. Scott starts off by introducing the kit he uses on location, explaining the various components, and showing you how they work together. From there it is location, location, location, as Scott demonstrates how this kit works by putting it through its paces indoors and out. At the end of the class Scott shows you three very cool special effects modes this kit can do that are a lot fun to see in action. All along the way Scott digs deep and shares lighting tips and tricks to help you get the most out of your time and get the best results possible. BUY COURSE
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lesson 1: Introduction (free course preview)
Join Scott as he introduces the class and goes over what will be covered in the chapters that follow. From there Scott jumps into what he uses, and the advantages of using a battery pack on location.
lesson 2: Flash Head Options
There are two kinds of heads you can get with this pack, and Scott explains the differences you need to know.
lesson 3: Choosing the Right Kit
Hereâ€™s what you need to know when you are getting your first portable kit.
lesson 4: On Location: Golfer Part 1
The first shoot takes place on a golf course, where Scott goes through all the steps for setting up the lights, metering his subject, and taking the shot.
lesson 5: On Location: Golfer Part 2
Building on the previous shoot, Scott brings in a second head and demonstrates the setup using a single pack.
lesson 6: On Location: Golfer Part 3
Scott wraps up the golf location shoot by showing what is possible when you bring in a second pack to control the second light.
lesson 7: On Location: Events Part 1
When shooting an event like a wedding you need to be able to move fast and easily through the event to get the shots no matter where you are in the venue.
lesson 8: On Location: Events Part 2
Working with a bride and groom outdoors on location, Scott demonstrates how you can use the pack with a single head and a small softbox as a light modifier.
lesson 9: On Location: Events Part 3
Continuing to work with the wedding party in an indoor location, Scott shows how to use the lower power B port when you just need just a little bit of light, and then on the flip side turn the power on the pack up to put the background in darkness.
lesson 10: On Location: Events Part 4
Switching to the formal portrait shoot Scott has changed the light modifier to the 53 inch Octa softbox.
lesson 11: On Location: Events Part 5
Scott wraps up the wedding shoot with a couple of ways you can use light from the ELB 400 to mimic natural light.
lesson 12: On Location: In the Desert Part 1
Scott heads out to the Nevada desert for a fashion photography shoot with the ELB 400. In this lesson Scott explains what they are doing out in the desert and what gear heâ€™ll be using.
lesson 13: On Location: In the Desert Part 2
The first desert shoot takes place on a dry lake bed in the late afternoon sun.
lesson 14: On Location: In the Desert Part 3
Building on the previous shoot Scott switches lenses to get in closer to the subject. Later on in the shoot the softbox is switched out for a beauty dish.
lesson 15: Special Effects Part 1
While this is not the meat and potatoes use of the pack, there are some cool tricks youâ€™ll want to know how to use in case you ever have a situation that calls for them. The first mode is called Stroboscopic Mode, and in this lesson Scott explains how to set it up.
lesson 16: Special Effects Part 2
With the pack setup and the lights in place, Scott brings in a dancer who will be the subject for the shoot.
lesson 17: Special Effects Part 3
The next mode is called Delayed Mode, which creates a blur behind the subject and then freezes the subject in motion.
lesson 18: Special Effects Part 4
The special effects demonstration ends with Scott showing you how to use Sequencing Mode, which allows you to get multiple lighting looks within a split second.
lesson 19: Conclusion
Scott wraps up the class with some closing words on using this portable kit in a variety of locations.
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meet  Scott Kelby
Scott is the President and CEO of KelbyOne, is also the original "Photoshop Guy", is the editor and publisher of Photoshop User Magazine, Conference Technical Chair for the Photoshop World Conference, Training Director and instructor for KelbyOne Live Seminars, and author of a string of bestselling technology and photography books.
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