So I had to do a photo shoot at work and so I set up the strobes and stuff, and then asked a fellow photographer to snap a shot of me with this lighting setup and this was the result:
The background is white paper, but I have a double layer of CTO over a strobe that hits it. At the same time a strobe with an umbrella flashes on the face and I have a small reflector to bounce back so there is a little more detail in the shadow. Normally I would want more of a fill but this is the setup the executives I would be shooting wanted for their website.
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I've used setups like that before. Never quite as good results with your shadow detail though, if I get back into portraits I might have to spend hours and hours and hours tweaking.
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I feel like the light's center is off. It just looks a little odd to me.
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I'd post a pic of myself but my bro said I got a "get-of-my-lawn" face so I decided against it
I'm so addicted to makeup lately and have bought SO many new products since the start of the year. Absolutely loving it.
Crummy photo, but I love the green shadow.
Yesterday. Took a photo using a super awesome new lipstick color.
Love the eye make up Ellumina, especially in the fourth pic - very nice colours
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