Sony Artisan Miguel Quiles teamed up with Adorama TV to show how to build a three-light studio lighting setup for portraiture. While you don't need three lights to capture great portraits in a studio, three lights do offer a lot of flexibility and control.

Every time you add a light, it can become more complicated. Quiles breaks down his setup piece by piece to help keep it simple. His main light is a Profoto D2 monolight with a white beauty dish. He has a second D2 firing through a softbox and a 4' x 6' diffusion sheet. This is...
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