In this video, Julian describes three common setups that he uses in the studio, using mostly one or two broncolor light modifiers. The first, is a single light set up in which the broncolor Flooter is used as the primary light – he deems it a “classic Fresnel, and one of the most versatile lights you can use.” Next, is a typical beauty shot using a two light beauty combination of the broncolor Para for fill and a silver beauty dish as the main. The third setup is a sunny backlight, in which Julian tries to mimic the concept of a girl standing in front of a window on a summer day using both the P70 reflector and a Satellite dish. Julian adjusted the Scoro pack a couple hundred degrees warmer so that he was able to create a sunkissed effect. These are just three examples of simple lighting setups used by professional photographers that one can easily accomplish and modify to their own personal requirements.
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making of American Football team photo shooting by IgorAlekseev.com
Photo school of Igor Alekseev - master class "over power the sun" and workshop on plain air
Gear: Einstein 640 monolights by Paul C Buff, Vagabond mini lithium, PLM 86" Silver
Filmed and edited by Andy Starkov Canon 550D, Final Cut Pro X
Фотосессия команды американского футбола Блэк Сторм от Игоря Алексеева на одном из практических занятий его фотокурса (продвинутая группа) лето 2011г. http://www.igoralekseev.com/blog/education/fotokursnext
This is a behind the scenes look at my entry for the second assignment of the Strobist Boot Camp II. The assignment was for food photography and I decided to go the dessert route. While it's not the first behind the scenes video I've done, it is the first that I do voice over and detail all the parts of the shot. The audio isn't great as my microphone was very poor but it's a start and the quality will only get better the more videos I make.
Let me know what you like or don't like about the video and I'll do my best to make improvements as I continue this behind the scenes series.
Check out more of my work at http://www.anthonyskelton.com
Diedampskopf, AUSTRIA - Professional photographer Pieter Van Impe (http://www.fotografie-vanimpe.be) takes you behind the scenes of a snowboard shoot in Austria using only available light, a Sunbounce Pro & remote camera's triggered by Pocket Wizards