Today I was helping a student who is currently doing her diploma of photography. It required her to draw up a lighting diagram. Not everyone has access to drawing tools, but we found a great site to help, so I thought I would share it with you:
Online Lighting Diagram Creator
MORE LIGHTING DIAGRAM TOOLS
Photographers working with artificial lighting are often asked about their setups, and sometimes they have a hard time explaining how they positioned their lights and light controlling objects.
There is an easy way to explain it all: through lighting diagrams. These diagrams can be used in conjunction with the final photograph, to show the setup and the result.
CREATE PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHY LIGHTING DIAGRAM WITH THE FOLLOWING WEBSITES:
Check out the following blog by Udi Tirosh
STUDIO LIGHTING – LIGHTING DIAGRAMS, PLANNING AND EXPLAINING
Sometimes you want to make a diagram of your photo session. (OK, sometimes you don’t, but sometimes you do). I, for example, am going to use studio lighting diagrams for explaining about low key and high key studio setups. If you are like me, with two left hands in all that related to sketching, you are in a tight spot. When I draw (just like when I write), only one person in the world can understand what I wrote. Sadly, I have not met him yet.