Example of illumination using a direct 180cm translucent umbrella (Butterfly technique) and a translucent panel beneath the face of the subject. Glow effect on the left of the image created in post-production. Nikon D3 + Nikon SU-800, 3 Nikon SB-910 flash heads, Nikkor 70-200mm VRII f2.8G, 1/125sec@ f 2.8, ISO 400, Cloudy WB. Model: Emanuela.
1/200 4.5 ISO: 100 Focal Length 18 Exposure Bias 0 Camera Lights Used Strobe Reflector Beauty Dish Category Portrait Additional Notes Shot with a Sony Nex 7 and a home made beauty dish. 300W Strobe. Beauty Dish above person with a silver reflector on the chest.
Photography lesson: Tips for mastering black and white photography
Brought to you by Olympus OM-D E-M10. Hello you photo-taker! Each month of this year I’ll be sharing tips and tricks for photography techniques. If you’re playing along with photo a day, you’ll notice that each month I’ll include a photography prompt. This prompt is included so it can help us stretch and grow and... Read More »
Changing The Look Of a Portrait With One Light In Different Positions
Joel Grimes. I’m a minimalist and like using one light whenever I can. The problem with using one light is a lot of times you are left with areas of shadows. Now, if that’s the look you’re going for, have at it, but if you need a clean well-lit beauty portrait, using one light can seem challenging at first. But with the help of a reflector and changing the position of your main light, you can create a few different looks quickly and easily.