Finally shooting on seamless, but I have a bit of an issue. To keep it simple, the thrifty white tile board will only overexpose to white at a really low shooting angle. Any higher of an angle and it's just at the edge.I know that the board is only picking up the glare/reflection of my bg lights if I stay low, but that just ain't gonna fly.
It's probably something completely obvious and I'm thinking past the mark. Anyone got any ideas?
I mean, I can still work with the files in ps, but I try to keep things simple.
With ps I did manage this
1st Seamless-Brandon by Frank Mendez, on Flickr
IMAGE LINK: http://www.flickr.com/photos/frank_a_m/6386711463/
1st Seamless-Haidee by Frank Mendez, on Flickr
And before anyone says "just turn up your bg lights", I obviously already tried that. As well as opening up/increasing iso. And all that does is flare/spill back. I thought my main light would blow it white, but nope. I mean, the overexposed tile board is just the reflection of the overexposed background. I know angle of incidence=angle of reflection, but how do I angle the seamless so the board will catch it where I want?