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Testing a continuous LED light during a Newborn Baby Photo Shoot – at https://TianaCreation.com



In this video I’m showing you how I unbox, test and review the Falcon Eyes Bi-Color Video Led Lamp SO-28TD 230V 3000-5600K Round Soft Studio Light during a newborn photoshoot. I got the light from: https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0727Q1LJ9

https://www.amazon.de/dp/B0727Q1LJ9

https://www.amazon.com.au/Falcon-Eyes-Bi-Color-3000K-5600K-Photography/dp/B07BBFW1YK

I’m a full-time photographer in the Netherlands and I’m planning on showing you a but more of my life as a photographer. Are you interested in photography? Are you looking for a free-online Photography course? Do you want to see the inside of a Photo Studio? Then please, watch my videos and subscribe to my channel!

I’m planning on sharing videos in which I show you my typical work-week as a photographer. I will give you tips & tricks concerning photography, photo shoots, backdrops, studio props, camera settings (iso, aperture, shutter speed, white balance), photoshoot outfits, photoshoot make-up etc

Bedankt voor het kijken! Ik ben een full-time fotograaf in Nederland en ik wil je graag iets meer laten zien over mijn werk als fotograaf. Wil je meer weten over (digitale) fotografie? Wil je weten hoe een fotostudio er van binnen uitziet? Ben je op zoek naar een gratis online cursus fotografie? Kijk dan mijn videos en abonneer je op mijn kanaal. Ik zal videos maken over camera instellingen (iso, sluitertijd, diafragma, wit-balans), studio achtergronden, fotoshoot outfits, fotoshoot make-up enz.

IMPORTANT
If you are interested in photographing newborn babies yourself I would highly recommend you to first learn about photography in general. Master you camera, photograph in the Manual mode, learn about aperture, iso, shutter speed, white balance, light and composition. Take photos of your friends (adults or very patient older kids) and make sure you don’t have to think about your camera anymore when photographing babies. Learn about editing as well. Please, don’t experiment photographing Newborn babies without training. Attend a workshop by an experienced and professional photographer with an expertise in Newborn Photography. Learn about the anatomy of babies and invest in good quality cameras, lenses and props. Babies are extremely vulnerable and small and their safety and comfort should be your highest priority. Start with simple poses and make sure you know and understand that many ‘pinterest poses’ are composites. Please, don’t try this at home. If you want beautiful photos of your own Newborn Baby, I highly recommend you to hire a professional and experienced photographer who is trained and specialised in Newborn Photography.

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15 Comments

  1. kfcosta1 says:

    I love your videos and I think your work is wonderful, only thing in your videos is sometimes you repeat the same information many times throughout the same video. I hope to be be good like you one day 😍❤️

  2. Megan Holmes says:

    do you think if you had a bigger pad like the 27 inch it would of been better?

  3. PS. I shoot with a Nikon D800 & tend to shoot using my Nikon 24-70mm for all studio work and at peoples homes, Using my Nikon 80mm & 70-200mm when outside on family shoots.

  4. I have used both Studio continuous lighting, Studio flash lighting and speedlights for many years with my portraiture including newborn photography. I have to agree with you using speedlights is preferable to using these panel video lights but I reserve these for use on location use at peoples houses. Sticking with my larger Studio Flash Lights and soft boxes/umbrella's when in studio. I do tend to shoot more at people's homes as requested, but studio shooting is always my personal preference. I really like your video's, keep up the good work. Thank You. Mark.

  5. Zanna says:

    Thank you for this video! I'd love to see this in the soft box facing away from the baby, if you have the time to try it and show us. I was planing on getting a continuous led with an 86" umbrella and diffusing cover, facing the light toward the back of the umbrella.
    I can't afford a strobe. I could get a speed light with HSS, but the led seems so much easier.

  6. Abe De La B says:

    The shadows are too strong with this light (to my liking) maybe for filming as you said…

  7. Thanks for reviewing this continuous lighting system Fenna . I started out with continuous white umbrella lighting and found it very shadowy . I prefer my Alien Bee lighting with my big 50 inch Westcott soft box . It is a much more even light , and wraps so beautifully around my subjects . It is also much easier on the eyes to use my strobes with my triggers. I can see the new light you reviewed would be easy to take to an outdoor shoot , or if you are using it with natural light ! It would be a great fill light if it was a dark day ! Your photos are so gorgeous , I don't think you need to change to any other lighting . It is always fun to try something else , just in case it is better . I usually find my tried and true original method usually works the best !! LOL

  8. tommy s says:

    Good video, i love my speedlights so don't think i would change to continuous light. Keep the video's coming Fenna great work.

  9. Mama Bear says:

    Hi Fenna! Can you please do a video on your editing workflow? All your images are so consistent and You always seem to have 2-3 sessions a day and I would love to know your workflow to stay on top of them all! I am all over the place and I feel like it takes me forever for all the post-shoot things!

  10. I'm just wondering, when I put iso to 560 or so my photos are getting grainy even exposed correctly and I have nikon d750. images are not crispy as edges are somewhat grey.

  11. Paul Bivins says:

    I use a lumix led mono light with a 40 inch soft box.

  12. I think this light is best for video

  13. I’m happy you did a review on this. My school got a bunch of new lights and some are led lights similar to these but about 10 times the cost. I was wondering if they would work for newborns! I was hoping to try them out on a newborn next week. The flashes are usually pretty bright too so I think it would be ok to use a higher setting.

  14. Could you have slowed your shutter speed instead of increasing iso? Great videos 🙂

  15. What speed light and softbox do you typically use

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