No room. No time. No Problem. Lighting can make or break a portrait assignment. USA TODAY staff photographer Robert Hanashiro —his friends call him Bert— has made a career out of making hotel rooms, meeting rooms, small rooms, big rooms, living rooms and bathrooms into … studios. Join Bert in an informal and fun discussion about location lighting. He will go over how a small lighting kit can produce portraits with that big light look. Bert will also touch on his setup to shoot both a portrait and video interviews in limited spaces and limited time.
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