Lighting Your Model Consistently

by Matthew Innis |

  If you are working from a live model over several sessions, and have to move your lights around between those sessions, it can be time consuming making sure your lights are in the same location, and at the same height each time.  You’d have to keep moving the model and light, and compare it…

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