Learn How to Create Amazing Environmental Portraits Anywhere
Recently, I visited Sky Mountain Lodge, which is a location previously used by BYU-Idaho’s excursion. The lodge is located 1/2 mile off of highway. 33 and 3.5 miles from Victor, Idaho. Due to its location, we were able to get amazing photography in the surrounding areas.
But besides having beautiful surroundings, just by walking around the Sky Mountain Lodge property I was able to find great spots that turned out to be beautiful photo for amazing architecture photography.
I wanted to take a photo of a lumberjack, a cabin behind it and then the sky well exposed. But since i was doing it at a time that the sun was so harsh it looked very bright and couldn’t get the exposure right on everything. To solve that i used a flash bender and to light the subject but on my camera without triggering the flashes, the picture looked very under exposed. By using the speed light I was able to get everything together and this is how the process of the before and after looked, including the post-photoshoot.