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Submitted on August 04, 2011

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Brian Stark  

Same setup just toned down a bit :)

Posted 7 years ago   

Paul Monaghan

i like this lot

Posted 7 years ago   

Gus Munoz

Nice relaxed portrait. But Im questioning the need of 7 lights to achieve it ? Even with all this, there's some weird reflection on her right lip which looks like a lump or somthing ? Why f14 in a controlled environment, then blur edges in post ? Maybe less photoshop. She's a natural beauty as is.

Just my opinion. Thats why were here.

All the best

Posted 7 years ago   

Brian Stark  

I would love to know a better way of achieving this look without so many lights. I have done extensive study to recreate a look I have seen: www.jillgreenberg.com www.lioneldeluy.com There are only a few people that have been able to acheive results that actually match how they are shooting. LMK if you can come up with something better. I'm all ears.

Posted 7 years ago   

Paul Monaghan

having a wild guess here..

2 strip lights as kickers, 1 large soft light behind the camera and a light for the bg. 4 lights all in and should look similar to the above shot.

Posted 7 years ago   

1/200 sec.

f/14

ISO: 200

Focal Length

105 mm

Exposure Bias

0

Camera

NIKON D700

Lights Used

Strobe
Bounce Umbrella
Ring Flash
Hairlight

Category

Headshot

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