Create High Contrast Portraits: Exploring Photography with Mark Wallace

In this episode, Mark Wallace demonstrates an easy way to create high contrast portraits. Mark uses two lights to create three different looks. You can create a similar look in your studio using seamless white paper or a white wall. Images were converted to black and white using Adobe Photoshop Lightroom, Adobe Photoshop CC 2020, and the Nik software collection.

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Model: Ximena Echeverri
Instagram: @u.xez

Position of Light (and mood):

How the Position of Light Changes Your Photos:

Lighting for Black and White Photography:

The Language of Light:

Products Used:

Leica M10 Mirrorless Digital Rangefinder Camera, Black

Leica 50mm f/1.4 SUMMILUX-M Aspherical -Black

Sekonic L-858D-U Speedmaster Light Meter

Profoto B2 250 AirTTL To-Go Kit

Profoto Air Remote Transceiver

Profoto Off-Camera Flash Speedring for Profoto B1 and B2

Flashpoint XPLOR 600PRO TTL R2 Battery-Powered Monolight With XP-600Pro Ext Head

Flashpoint Grid Set, for 8" Reflectors, Consists of 1 each: 10 deg., 20 deg., 30 deg.and 40 deg. Grids

Aputure Fresnel 2X Mount:

Production Equipment Used to make this video:

DJI Osmo Pocket

Sennheiser Evolution G3

Sony Alpha a7 III 24MP UHD 4K Mirrorless Digital Camera with FE 28-70mm Lens

Atomos Shinobi 5.2"" IPS Touchscreen Full HD HDR Photo and Video Monitor, Supports 4K HDMI Input

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