Photo on Left:
AB1600 in 22″ Beauty Dish
AB800 Camera Right House
AB1600 Camera Left Wall
ABR800 Ringflash For Fill Camera Left
Gridded Nikon SB800 Camera Right Lighting Tree
Nikkor 17-35mm 2.8
Photo on Right:
AB1600 in 22″ Beauty Dish Camera Right
Reflector Camera Left SIlver
AB800 Inside Shack Behind Model
Nikkor 17-35mm 2.8
B800 into Beauty Dish high & middle
B800 Behind right shoulder
ABR800 on Camera
Vivitar Flash on paper
Final image of this Lighting Setup
Overhead view of the lighting setup
yospyn.com – Wonderful work by Temi with makeup, Carlin was shot using an on-camera ringflash and strobe up top centered behind. The strobe used a beauty dish and grid filter to narrowly focus the background light, which increases light falloff in all four corners and also removes any “halo” shadows caused by the ringflash. Used the ND 4X on this one as well. 1/250, f/9.0, 17mm (see Hennessey in a similar setting)
Carlin was incredibly easy to work with and I’m still astonished by how beautiful she is, I think the other DC photogs would agree.
Lori has always been drawn to and has felt a special connection with the sky. We have been working to create content for her blog project.
Profoto Pro-7b generator powering a 7″ reflector with barn doors camera right, and a Chimera 14×56 strip camera left, at sunrise.
Karli Black Setup
For these pictures I was shooting Karli on a white seamless paper background illuminated with two Elinchrom D-lite 4 studio flash heads. I also had three SB-28’s, one hand held as a hair / rim light and two shooting though translucent umbrellas as a main and fill light, all triggered by PW’s. For some of the pictures we also used a room fan to get some movement in Karli’s hair and flowing skirt.
Picture here: Karli Black Dress Full Length Front Flowing Skirt
Learn how to light: strobist.com
SB-28 fired through translucent umbrella by PW for fill.
Elinchrom D-lite 4 fired on full power by PW at background.
SB-28 fired through translucent umbrella by PW as main light.
human lightstand holding an SB-28 with a yellow filter for hair and rim light.
Keoula’s friends Kate and Belinda, are having a naming ceremony for D’arcy next week. Part of the outdoor ceremony includes releasing 24 butterfly’s. While there is a good chance someone might get a good shot of this moment, just to be on the safe side they also wanted some studio shots doing for the album. The ceremony is a double family affair with Kate’s sisters boy, Connor as well.
With Keoula having had a hand in making the outfits, both D’arcy and Connor got dressed up for some shots along with a couple of colourful butterflies which we had to try and weave into the pictures. I wonder if whoever said “never work with animals and children” had tried combining butterflies and small children! LOL
For the shots I broke out the Death Star my DIY 50″ collapsible soft box again. This is a great light for little wrigglers as it is so big! I also wanted to try my new orange seamless background paper which I lit with with a Sunpak 383. I also set up a SB-28 on low power to give a bit of fill on the shadow side of the children but unfortunately I didn’t realise I had the PW set to the wrong channel until it was too late.
The butterflies arrived in a carefully designed transportation box from the suppliers. There was a block of ice in the bottom of the box (separated from them by a sheet of insulating plastic) that put them into a hibernation state. This kept them pretty docile for about a minute until they warmed up and became very lively. A couple of minutes back in the transporting box slowed them down again.
We found the best way to get the shots was to occupy the children and put the butterfly on them without them realising. When D’arcy saw it, he would get very excited and like all small children decided the best way to determine exactly what it was would be to put it in his mouth. Luckily both butterflies managed to escape a drool encrusted close encounter and were released back into the wilds of Brisbane after the shoot! :)
fter this shoot, I swore I’d never do an outdoor shoot in the middle of winter with shorts and bikini tops ever again. Understatement to say it was cold.
Lighting: Hensel Porty, single head with Westcott Apollo 28″ softbox from front. Visatec Litepac, 2x heads with umbrellas from sides for edge lighting. SB-600 for hair and background effect. Triggered via PW.
Uploaded by blindmike on 11 Jul 07, 12.20PM KST.
Ted Adnan Lighting Setup for leobabelicious photoshoot, originally uploaded by ted adnan.
Credit to kevin for the diagram thingies which you can download at www.diyphotography.net/lighting-diagrams for free.
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Work :: Studio Lighting
≪title : Love Story ≫ for BRAND ‘CL’ concept work,
photography ⓒ Leekanghee publish9.com
Lighting : Speedotron explorer 1500, silver umbreller ; 400W monohead
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model : Shin hyung Gun, Kim eunju, Jo miun
for BRAND ‘CL’ concept work
photography ⓒ Leekanghee http://publish9.com