For this portrait David Art used two strobes, one above the model and one below the camera. For the rim light there is a reflector behind the model. This light setup is called a clampshell. He shot this picture with a Canon EOS 5D Mark
Joey L is a NYC based photographer. Young and ambitious. Working for several magazine all around the world. His photoshoot about a indoor snow blizzard is made with a great Octabox, two rim lights Beatydishes and two light with umbrella to light up the background. During the shoot there was
It nice to have an umbrella when you’re shooting. Just put a speedlight into an umbrella, set the modus on TTL with a negative Exposure Value, use a longer cameraspeed and shoot away!
Here is Queen Latifah portrayed as Ursula from the Little Mermaid. I put some behind the scenes photos of the set from different angles. To camera right, a large octobank shooting through a large diffusion panel toward the Queen. Two large strip banks on either side of the camera, low,
In the past the Dutch photographer Erwin Olaf worked primarily for fashion and advertising companies. Nowdays he’s working on more personal projects and they’re all pretty mind-blowing. This image is from his Hope series..It’s beautiful!To create this captured moment of hope, Erwin used 5 lights. Camera: Medium format, with Kodak EPP 100 transparency film and an 80mm
This image is made for the Dsquared2’s “Aseptic Chic” fall/winter 2010 ad campaign.It was shot this with seven lights. Camera: Hasselblad 553 ELX with Phase One P45+ digital back and 80mm lens, handheld 2,5m back. Shot at 1/125, f11, ISO 100. Lighting: Our foreground model on display is lit with a 20cm grid reflector and 30°
Every year my students have to talk about a photographer.This time someone had Brad Trent, an American photographer as subject. Brad Trent is shooting portraits with the help of additional flash in combination of ambient light. The postproduction makes the pictures harder, more saturation, rimlights who are flashing and higher sharpness.It
This picture I took a few days ago. It is one of the many I ‘ve planned in the future about foodphotography. I like to eat but also I like to photograph food. The mainlight is coming from the left. It is a speedlight, the light is shining through Flemish glass.
Part of her haunting and surreal Works IV, The Drummer was made with 6 lights. Sometimes you need a lot of light to make it appear that you don’t. Camera: Nikon D2X with 50mm lens, set on tripod 2,4m from the child. Shot at 1/60, f8, ISO 100. Lighting: Since Loretta’s goal is
I’ve been a photographer for many years, more than 30, and I still have an interest in new areas of photography. Therefore I took a workshop of 12 hours given by a food photographer Frank Croes Antwerp. The basic light setups for photographing food, I know the tricks, but the fine tuning I ‘ve learned in this workshop. We