There's a lot of different reasons why someone would need a new headshot, but producing one with a pure white background may not be the simplest task.
In this video, photographer Jeff Carpenter of Readylight Media shares one of his favorite setups to produce a pure white background headshot. Out of all the different ways to shoot a headshot with a pure white background, Carpenter says this is one of his easiest setups that's also great to take on location. This set up includes using three Paul C. Buff DigiBee units with a V-Flat World's V-Flat on the white side. Carpenter even offers more affordable solutions for the large background modifier he uses, not to mention the V-Flat can easily be substituted out with a white reflector or white foam board for a few dollars if even that. Carpenter also talks about the distance between the subject and lights, including the power needs to make sure to get a clean headshot without spill light affect your image.
What are your thoughts on this setup? What setup do you find yourself going back to when looking to shoot headshots with a pure white background? Leave some of your favorite setups in the comments below.