HOW TO... You’ll love this DIY daylight control system for portrait photography

When you’re shooting portrait photography with nothing but available light, there is only so much you can do to take control of the situation.

In this quick video, photographers the Koldunov Brothers demonstrate an ingenious system they created to take control of window light and use it to shape the light to create different effects in their portraiture.

Using fabric and Velcro, you’ll be amazed at how clever, yet simple, their interchangeable frames let them make portraits that look like they were shot with varying studio lighting effects.


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