how to use an umbrella lamp

The bright LED umbrella  is a photographer’s best friend when it comes to using light to take a wide range of photos. Before using an umbrella, you need to decide which type of umbrella is best for the style of photography you want to take. Once you’ve chosen a good umbrella light, you need to know how to place it, change the light and shadow intensity, and adjust to get the perfect image.

If you want a wider, softer light, go for a shotgun. The shoot-by-umbrella is ideal for group shots or more. Transparent umbrellas are white and allow light to pass through.
The shooting umbrella is located between the center and the light source when firing to diffuse the light before it hits the center.
Tip: The umbrella can be used with any lighting, so you don’t have to worry about which light to use when choosing an umbrella.

Use a reflective umbrella to illuminate light and direct sunlight. Reflective umbrellas are ideal for creating sharp images such as portraits by reflecting light directly onto the subject. The umbrella has a black side and a silver side to see the light.
When shooting, place the light between the subject and the subject with the umbrella reflector in the center to see the light directly on the subject. Using Lightweight Umbrellas Step 3.jpeg image
Choose an exchange umbrella for a variety of options. The interchangeable lens is white and has a removable black cap. This type of umbrella can be used for both shot and impact umbrellas, making it ideal for photographing a variety of subjects.
Keep in mind that larger umbrellas are also more versatile and maneuverable than smaller umbrellas. The 6-7ft (1.8-2.1m) umbrella offers great lighting control, but is also more usable and difficult to open in tight spaces.

Keep the umbrella’s shadow away from the subject. Open the umbrella and set the top point of the subject. Make sure there is room for the light against the umbrella.[4]
An umbrella by umbrella is best when you need a soft face instead of shining directly at your subject. Perfect for indoor photography. Adjust the light directly on the spot through the shade of the parasol. Set the light source to the outside of the learner’s umbrella. Turn on the light and make sure it is level at the bottom of the umbrella with no light coming through the edge.
If there is a brighter spot than the others, move the extra bright spot away from the umbrella. Adjust the distance between the sunshade and the light until you get even coverage.

Make sure the umbrella’s shadow is facing the subject. Open the umbrella and pull the top away from the subject. Make sure there is space for light between the umbrella and the spikes.
Reflective umbrellas are best used to illuminate points by reflecting light.

Change the position of the umbrella if you need stronger or softer light. Move the light close to the umbrella to create strong light and shadow. Go further to create softer light and shadows.[10] [11]
The center of the umbrella has the best lighting. You can tilt the umbrella so that the subject is directly in the center for the most direct light, or with the side of the subject without direct light.
Tip: You can experiment with different positions, different light locations, and multiple umbrellas using an umbrella light to create something different.