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Mar 01, 2015 12:19 |  #9766

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Mar 01, 2015 13:08 |  #9767

Nice Scott
Was the the 72" octa? What distance from her?

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Mar 01, 2015 15:02 |  #9768

Watching the video on the previous page were I got a good of the distances. I am a bit confused that you mention it indirect lighting while the octa is pointing at the models.

On the pictures above it looks if picture one is a bit washed out by the light.




  
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Mar 01, 2015 17:21 |  #9769

windpig wrote in post #17455408 (external link)
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Was the the 72" octa? What distance from her?

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Mar 01, 2015 17:25 |  #9770

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Watching the video on the previous page were I got a good of the distances. I am a bit confused that you mention it indirect lighting while the octa is pointing at the models.

On the pictures above it looks if picture one is a bit washed out by the light.

That was do to the cl-600 and the maxilite being shoot across the pool


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Mar 01, 2015 17:26 |  #9771

Thanks Scott
It's interesting because it looks like the transition is quicker than what a large modifier that close would be.


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Mar 01, 2015 22:10 |  #9772

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Still the best model :p

Catchlights are a bit unusual, what's the lighting setup?


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Mar 01, 2015 22:53 |  #9773

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It's interesting because it looks like the transition is quicker than what a large modifier that close would be.



The first image the octa was about 8 feet away and the second image it was about 4


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Mar 02, 2015 00:15 as a reply to  @ Sheldon N's post |  #9774

It's a silver BD and a triflector as fill. Should probably have removed the triflector catchlights.


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Mar 02, 2015 05:40 |  #9775

Sheldon N wrote in post #17456110 (external link)
Catchlights are a bit unusual, what's the lighting setup?

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The first image the octa was about 8 feet away and the second image it was about 4

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Mar 02, 2015 14:21 |  #9776

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It's a silver BD and a triflector as fill. Should probably have removed the triflector catchlights.

Yeah, I think I'd agree. I like the quality of light but the triflector catchlights are a bit distracting.


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Mar 02, 2015 14:51 |  #9777

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I like the quality of light .......

I dare you to define that.:mrgreen:


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Mar 02, 2015 15:24 as a reply to  @ windpig's post |  #9778

Light is emitted when electrons move to a closer orbit around the nucleus and looking at the golden tint of the skin it must have been electrons from white gold atoms. ;-)a




  
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Mar 02, 2015 21:24 |  #9779

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I dare you to define that.:mrgreen:

Quality: The inherent visible signature of the reflected diffuse light returning from the subject, as judged by the specularity of the subject and the base level of ambient fill, determined by the sole factor of whether your lighting gear is all black and looks pro.


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Mar 02, 2015 21:42 |  #9780

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Light is emitted when electrons move to a closer orbit around the nucleus and looking at the golden tint of the skin it must have been electrons from white gold atoms. ;-)a

Excellent. European elegance in description

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Quality: The inherent visible signature of the reflected diffuse light returning from the subject, as judged by the specularity of the subject and the base level of ambient fill, determined by the sole factor of whether your lighting gear is all black and looks pro.

Ha, you Amerikan flunk.


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