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Finished my studio. First pictures

 
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Mar 09, 2009 06:47 |  #1

After a lot of efforts, I have managed to setup my own studio. Here the first portrait I have taken, of a friend mine, and two shots of the studio.
I have found that the full body portrait, with white background, was quite a challenge.
Please let me know what you think!
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The full body shot:


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Mar 09, 2009 07:00 |  #4

The photos and set-up look really good.
What type of lights are you using?




  
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Mar 09, 2009 07:31 |  #5

Langs World wrote in post #7485335 (external link)
=Lang's World;7485335]The photos and set-up look really good.
What type of lights are you using?

Thanks!

The main light was one bank on the left of the subject, fill in was one reflective panel on the right, and one key light from behind/right.
The bank (chimera) was lighted by a profoto flash, the key light was a small britek flash with a snoot, and for the white background I was using two bowens monosilver. I had issues with that one, as there was a lot of light spillage from the background to the subject. I moved the subject far away from the background, and then I started having issues framing the subject, because of the low ceiling.
By the way, welcome to this forum! :)
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Mar 09, 2009 11:12 |  #6

Thank you.
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Mar 09, 2009 11:36 |  #7

Looks pretty good man! I like the setup.


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Mar 09, 2009 11:47 |  #8

GenuineRolla wrote in post #7486831 (external link)
Looks pretty good man! I like the setup.

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Mar 09, 2009 12:11 |  #9

You need to knock out that support beam to give you some more room. :lol:


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Mar 09, 2009 12:23 |  #10

shooterman wrote in post #7487075 (external link)
You need to knock out that support beam to give you some more room. :lol:

Eheheh...

Nice idea, but I am not sure the buiding would be happy about that... :D


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