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Feb 09, 2016 12:50 |  #9586

Was going to say this was in a crowded living room, but I guess PLLphotography won that battle hands down in the page before this.

Anyway, here's the setup and result:


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Feb 09, 2016 13:07 as a reply to  @ JoakimD's post |  #9587

Wow. This should make the best pic list


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Feb 09, 2016 15:18 as a reply to  @ JoakimD's post |  #9588

Brilliant picture 8)



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Feb 09, 2016 16:24 |  #9589

JoakimD wrote in post #17891711 (external link)
Was going to say this was in a crowded living room, but I guess PLLphotography won that battle hands down in the page before this.

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Superb image,thanks for sharing.




  
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Feb 09, 2016 19:16 |  #9590

PLLphotography wrote in post #17891509 (external link)
Valentine's Day themed shoot with my son.

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2 light setup. 1 bare speedlite behind and camera left @ 1/128th power. Streaklight 360 @ 1/32nd power in a 28" softbox, camera right.

You can read more about the setup and lighting diagram on my blog http://pllphotography.​com (external link)

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My "studio" where this was shot. :)
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ain't that cute :). nicely done


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Feb 10, 2016 02:05 as a reply to  @ casteel's post |  #9591

Casteel, Norry Rodgers and Angmo, thanks for the kind words! :-D


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Feb 24, 2016 22:01 |  #9592

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Feb 26, 2016 02:32 |  #9593

Tabletop fun with velvet, two lights, two foamcore reflectors, and a special diffuser. First, image result:

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For shiny subjects, a reflector is not merely fill. Its position and distance plays an important role in defining the subject's shape. Setup:

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In front of the black b/g are five stands. From left, (1) special diffuser on grip arm, (2) black stand serving as subject pedestal, (3) two reflectors, (4) Speedlite on doubled grip arm, (5) Profoto head as hard key. I'm still experimenting with the special diffuser, which is a gobo holder fit with three sheets of Rosco Tough Rolux. Closeup:

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The generated shadow transition is perfect, and I really like the circular profile when reflected.

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Feb 26, 2016 06:36 |  #9594

RicoTudor wrote in post #17913497 (external link)
Tabletop fun with velvet, two lights, two foamcore reflectors, and a special diffuser. First, image result:
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For shiny subjects, a reflector is not merely fill. Its position and distance plays an important role in defining the subject's shape. Setup:

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In front of the black b/g are five stands. From left, (1) special diffuser on grip arm, (2) black stand serving as subject pedestal, (3) two reflectors, (4) Speedlite on doubled grip arm, (5) Profoto head as hard key. I'm still experimenting with the special diffuser, which is a gobo holder fit with three sheets of Rosco Tough Rolux. Closeup:

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The generated shadow transition is perfect, and I really like the circular profile when reflected.

What a set up! I'd kill for your stands! :)


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Feb 26, 2016 14:05 |  #9595

I've got to shoot on site, full body portraits in a few weeks so I'm practicing with my portable setup. Took over the kids play room, and as my son's first basketball season ended last night I got him to model.

Two mismatched YN flashes in 36x24 softboxes on either side aimed straight across at each other to both light the backdrop and backlight the subject. One FL360 in a 48" octo, I was being lazy so I had no diffuser on it. YN-622s Canon 70D with 50 1.4.


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Feb 26, 2016 18:13 |  #9596

ptcanon3ti wrote in post #17913574 (external link)
What a set up! I'd kill for your stands! :)

Thanks! I always say that support is the best deal in photography: the cheap stuff is real cheap, and the premium brands will last a lifetime (Matthews preferred here). I particularly like steel rollers stands in the studio for strength and mobility, and their low-profile legs make it easy to step over them. Okay, there's $2K of stands and grip arms in that scene, but I don't hear rivets falling out every time I open a stand. :)


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Feb 26, 2016 19:09 |  #9597

There's a reason why you don't see cheap stands on a grip truck!


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Feb 27, 2016 14:31 |  #9598

RicoTudor wrote in post #17914247 (external link)
Thanks! I always say that support is the best deal in photography: the cheap stuff is real cheap, and the premium brands will last a lifetime (Matthews preferred here). I particularly like steel rollers stands in the studio for strength and mobility, and their low-profile legs make it easy to step over them. Okay, there's $2K of stands and grip arms in that scene, but I don't hear rivets falling out every time I open a stand. :)

I'm a Matthews guy too but I only use black not the chrome equipment.


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Feb 28, 2016 20:30 |  #9599

2 small gridded umbrella boxes with YN685's for hair lights, 7' white parabolic umbrella with Mettle 600AD strobe as key. White walls for fill. 5Diii + 24-70ii

I don't photograph children in studio, but it's February, and it was for a friend. I also don't really use props, so I used a couple of towels and turned them into capes.

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