Body Tape Miss Claus. 2 light setup.
Let me know any feedback about this one.
Hello, I´m working in my next shoot and I want to try something like this picture but I'm not sure in how work the light, if any of you could help me, that will be great.
I have been experimenting a bit lately with gels with my lighting and this has been the first time that I combined the technique with glamour.
I think I might have to keep on playing with the gels as I digging the results.
Lighting in this image consisted of 3x 600w Godox QT-600 with a red, green and blue gel.
Hey guys i dont have any experience in light set up, can u guys help me what lights should i use to achive this??
I just joined this group as studio photography is what I love to do most of the time. Here are so many beautiful works, I am already looking forward to seeing more! :)
I find a lot of inspiration in paintings and I love to work with simple but effective lightning setups like one can see it there. So here I want to show...
I have been shooting with gels recently. Let me know what you think! https://fitnessmodelphoto.com
Helios 44-2 (58mm) @ ~F8? adapted with the Mitakon turbo booster II
Three gelled flashes - two gelled Cactus RF60's triggered by the Cactus V6II and one gelled Neweer NW670 triggered by the other flashes. No modifiers other that the gels (Blue/purple-ish/Yellow) the flashes were off camera right...
I have until now predominantly shot landscape and automotive work most of my 6 years shooting. However, if I'm ever to try and make a go of this income thing from it, I've realised here in Sydney I need to add more than that to my bag of tricks. Reading the Front Bokeh article here on F-Stoppers by Alex Cooke - https://fstoppers.com/diy/using-...
Just simple fun in my studio, with a smoke machine some color gels and a small octobox :-)
Just wondering if someone could give a critique of a shoot and edit i've done today.
More will be on it's way!
I'll just keep posting till others start to join in! LOL
I had been shooting portraits for years and I used to use a beauty dish to the right, a soft box to the left and a hair light behind to the right, up high and angled down.
I started playing with a different setup recently and started to use a 2m parabolic umbrella on a boom...
Finally tried out some water shots like below. Let me know what you guys think! Thanks! And the fish was just something I wanted to do so I posted it as well.
(not sure if there's much to these photos to you guys but I thought they turned out pretty cool)
Got to take part in a recreation photoshoot recently. We were recreating shots from a NY Times Magazine article featuring a famous actress... We were lucky to have a photographer with us who was at the actual shoot and was able to give us great insight in the behind the scenes activities and set-ups.
Feel free to comment and critique...