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Submitted on August 04, 2011

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Brian Stark  

Same setup just toned down a bit :)

Posted 10 years ago   

Paul Monaghan

i like this lot

Posted 10 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 10 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 10 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 10 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

Additional Notes

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