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Submitted on April 15, 2013

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I really like this Setup but maybe try to use a reflector or something else from the other side. Its only my opinion but I think the left side is too dark.

Posted 7 years ago   

Josh Russo

Well, edge you wanted and edge you got. I think it works - masculine, gritty, mysterious. Gives a James Bond vibe, though the model/warbrobe certainly adds to that effect.

Posted 7 years ago   

Daniel Chorup

for me, shadows and hihghlights are in perfect balance. simple one light setup is working great in this case emphasizing the mood and the personality of the model! great job!

Posted 7 years ago   



ISO: 200

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Additional Notes

We shot this in a radio station conference room with a single light source. I put a Rogue XL Pro FlashBender with Soft Box Attachment on a LP160 and then used a Nasty Clamp to mount the flash and modifier to a rolling office chair.

Tim sat down at the conference table and leaned into the shot. I then took the chair with the flash mounted to it and rolled it into position to camera right. I kept the light down a bit lower than I normally do as I wanted to give some edge to the shot and to get rapid light fall off on the opposite side of his face.

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