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Bodyscapes how to?

 
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Feb 23, 2016 22:58 |  #1

I'll be doing a nude shoot coming up in a couple weeks. I'm thinking about doing a bodyscape. With this one. I noticed in the photo sharing section there are lots of great photos of bodyscapes. My question is what's the best setup and lighting. The ones with shadows look nice but are they being taken with full flash and then darkened in post? Or are they pretty much sooc?

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Feb 24, 2016 01:12 |  #2

I think I might have found my answer with the help of my good buddy Google...

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Mar 23, 2016 20:52 |  #3

He's a disaster. Giggling at the model. Lights out in the studio..

f8-f11. A big, gridded softbox (1x5, something close). Shoot max syc speed, no need to shoot in the dark.

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He is a master of lighting bodies..

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Dec 23, 2016 07:21 |  #4

Here's one for you. Model is laying on a coffee table in a hotel suite. Coconut oil rubbed into the skin, glycerine/warm water mix sprayed straight up to rest on her skin in perfect droplets. One Profoto B1 in a StrobePro 12x55" Stripbox straight down/ a touch behind the model and a StrobePro black collapsible background:


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Dec 23, 2016 07:25 |  #5

Standing variation:


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