Using Light to Flatter Your Clients

  1. Jessica Kelley says:

    I met you at Julie’s meeting a few months ago. Since then I’ve been following your Instagram and loving you photos! Your coloring is absolutely stunning and what I hope to achieve some day!
    Thank you for adding these sections for inspiring photographers. For me I’ve found a lot of groups but not a lot of friends in the business. I know photographers don’t usually offer up tricks or allow other new comers to tag along so this insight is so nice and your attitude is so refreshing.
    I absolutely love this section on lighting! I want so badly to learn this but struggle so much with natural light!!!

    • Leah Hope says:

      Thank you so much Jessica! That means so much to me! I’m grateful to have you following along and happy that you’ve found value in these resources!

      Colors and skins tones can be tricky! And I do think that lighting is what makes all the difference! These suggestions and tips should help you use light in the most flattering way for your subjects! And if you’re still having a hard time implementing them, reach out and I’d love to try to help! :)

  2. Emily says:

    Wow! This is the most informative blog post I’ve read in a long time! and it all makes so much sense.. to the point where I wonder why I didn’t think of this on my own! Haha
    This is the first time I’ve read your blog, but it most definitely wont be the last.
    Thanks so much for being such a valuable resource for educating us rookie photographers!

    • Leah Hope says:

      Hi Emily!

      Oh my goodness, you are so sweet! It makes me so happy to hear how helpful this post was! It truly consists of everything I wish I knew about lighting when I was starting in photography! :)

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