Lighting 101: Shooting the Back Pose with the Miniture Training Studio

Lighting demo #1

The following 7 shots are all the same set-up each from a different angle.  In this shot the client in kneeling on her feet and hands on her legs elbows back.  Although the miniature lights aren’t pointing in exactly the right spots the general set up is the same and the image below.  The First image is from the view-point of the photographer in this image your lights should skim the side and back of your client. Here we have one light for her hair and one for her behind.  To the left of the camera is the face light this too is off to the side of the client and lighting on an angle.  Use your barn doors to control the spread and intensity of the light.

~Scarlett 

 

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2 Responses to “Lighting 101: Shooting the Back Pose with the Miniture Training Studio”
  1. Pretty nifty! How did you make the miniature flash heads?

  2. Leese says:

    This look gorgeous!

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