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The Leather Craftsman

The scene was pretty unique here. It's inside an old 1800's limestone farm house in the Flint Hills of Kansas. The light was horrendous outside so I put him in the shade where the light would wrap around a little bit from the windows. Originally I placed my light on the left so I could short light him (my preferred style), but I just couldn't get rid of the glare on the glasses. Yes, I could photoshop it later, but I didn't want to resort to that. So, I broad lighted him from the right with the Paul C Buff 47" Octabox feathered away from him. A white reflector was camera left, right off the frame, to fill in the shadows a bit.

Workflow Steps
1. Raw Edit in Capture One with a slight color grade
2. General photoshop work for some contrast / tonal range
3. NIK Software Detail Extractor at 4%
4. High Pass Filter sharpening
5. Alien Skin 7 "669 Yellowed" preset with adjustments made for this image

Camera: Mamiya 645 DF+, Credo 40 back
Lens: Schneider 80mm
Light: Alien Bee 800

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Love this one Scott!

Thanks Ben!

looks great Scott

Thank you Bill.