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I'm curious about the shooting space of your shooting area. Thanks
I just randomly found your channel and as a beginner I am amazed! The DIY LED light strips is such an awesome tip, thank you!
Awesome tutorials!!! I'm a newbie on studio lighting and more interested in diy studio lighting. Any link? Thanks!!!
Could you provide exposure info when using these lights? Thanks for the video.
Very well laid out video. A lot of effort has been put into it. More than most videos. Great work.
Dear Joe thank you so much for sharing all your expertise and excitementI like your videos because you are so creative and because of your likable authentic styleI stay tuned!
thank you so much … 😉
What an awesome tutorial full of positive vibes and without the commonly found in other channels "I will shove my sponsor´s gear down your throat"
please MORE like this!!!
Thank you Joe for sharing with us and keep up the great work!!
Do you use the globes for portrait lighting? Why – what's the look you're going for- and how?
Are you putting any kind of diffuser on the lights or just using them bare. These things seem so bright that I squint when I'm looking at them.
Thanks again.Remember you best video is your next video!!
Another fantastic video, Joe!
What settings are you typically shooting at with the LEDs?
You're great Joe!+1 subscriber here 🙂
I have looked at many of your shows. You are one of the best at getting the points to us. Thanks for your wiliness to give to us. I don't know why you do it. But thanks so much. I wish I was you or more like you. your so cool. Some of the best portraits I have ever seen. You live the dream or my dream. Look me up some timeif you ever have the time. On flickr. http://www.flickr.com/photos/patnode-rainbowman/
you are the man Joe!! thanks a million
Nice tutorial. Just an FYI, I think you mixed up your close crops from 4:14 to 4:20. Thank you for sharing your project!
With the LEDs do you need any color balance Or shot as is? I did a church photo not long ago and it was very blue and they have the church lit by LEDs. Oh And thanks so much for all the videos you do. I know you must work day and night to do all you do for us. Thanks for being so kind and giving. May many blessings come your way.
The LED lights you show are 5000K I thought true daylight temperature is 5600K Any difference or is it minimal?
Hi Joe…Great video! Where's the link to Lights of America?
in spanish the subtitle! good video thanks
great! where we can buy these 4 LEDs?
might these lights work well in evenly lighting a green screen?
we share the same passion for male rings👍
Brilliant thanks so much
Liked and subscribed, You sir are one of the greats.
Just discovered your videos……and they are awesome!! Thanks for sharing all those great tips and trics. Greatings from the Netherlands
I do wish you'd put a link to the video you say to check out. Great videos though thank you much!
Simply great. Love it.
This is the most and best detail I've learned about lighting in one video! Thanks!
I've watched this video 3 ~ 4 times to help me think about LED T8 light placement. I'm puzzled as to why people spend time reading about the new this and that lens / camera and there are only 23.5K views in this video. But then again, that does explain why so many photos look just the same – the "preset mindset". Joe, if you get to read this, I'd welcome a tutorial with a real model and more radical light placements. I'm taking a day out of my schedule to experiment some more but it's always good to see what other people come up with. Tks!
Joe, I actually had bought an LED shop light recently thinking of doing this. So great that you share your experience in making and using them. It helped me see that you can get great results, not just adequate results using them!
Where can I find that cart that you're using to hold your iMac in this video?
Hey Joe! You have the most informative, inspirational photography channel out there. Thanks for all you do. Makes me feel like I can shoot anything.
Curious about the modeling chair you use. I've cycled through a couple and havent found a good one yet.
Hi. Thank you for add subtitles in spanish. Your videos are awesome!!
You Are A G R E A T TEACHER !
Thanks Joe! AWESOME stuff. 🙂
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