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17 Nov 2013 10:53PM
Wonderful staging. Good photo.

Peter

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Philpot Plus
3 34 4 United Kingdom
17 Nov 2013 11:08PM
Just superb, the lighting and exposure could not have been any better, beautiful skin tones. What lighting set up was used here? Regards Phil
fotobee Plus
2 4 3 United Kingdom
18 Nov 2013 10:49AM
Fantastic photo!
Regards
Martin
Thanks for the kind remarks and the award, guys. Much appreciated!
Philpot, I used a 70cm beauty dish with diffuser to camera right in 45/45 position (or possible a little more head-on) and a silver reflector to the left to bounce back some fill. I placed my grided striplight (one stop higher than main beauty dish light) between the black background and the reflector to light the Ice Queen's hair and a gridded small silver reflector dish to the right provided the nice spotlight behind the Dark Queen's head.

I went to the shoot with this kind of setup in mind, not ever thinking it would be nearly as effective as this. It is easily the most involved lighting setup I have ever used! Grin
Philpot Plus
3 34 4 United Kingdom
18 Nov 2013 9:55PM
Thanks for such a comprehensive lighting description, you did a great job..Phil


Quote:Thanks for the kind remarks and the award, guys. Much appreciated!
Philpot, I used a 70cm beauty dish with diffuser to camera right in 45/45 position (or possible a little more head-on) and a silver reflector to the left to bounce back some fill. I placed my grided striplight (one stop higher than main beauty dish light) between the black background and the reflector to light the Ice Queen's hair and a gridded small silver reflector dish to the right provided the nice spotlight behind the Dark Queen's head.

I went to the shoot with this kind of setup in mind, not ever thinking it would be nearly as effective as this. It is easily the most involved lighting setup I have ever used! Grin

No prob, Phil. I'm glad you got back to me here so I can see that you saw what I put.
21 Nov 2013 3:44PM
What a beautiful image!SmileSmileWink
Don
Pro job!

P
24 Nov 2013 11:17AM
Difficult one to pose - to show off all makeup, nails, etc. Great light.
Maria

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