High key lighting outdoor portrait tips

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rmexpress22 Senior Member • Posts: 1,568
Re: High key lighting outdoor portrait tips

This just looks like natural light and lowered contrast. But they do look well exposed to begin with.

The couple shoot is not golden hour, but a bit before that so you still get a nice warm color.

At most, I would guess a reflector is being used for the couples shoot. For the family shoot, there's a chance that it's sunny behind the photographer but none of that direct light is hitting the family. They're just getting a very nice glow and it essentially acts as a very huge soft box.

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