This footage was the test footage created with Triggertrap Mobile in the various Timelapse options.
Thank You to Sunshine.Co for the unit (http://www.sunshinecompany.co.za/index.php/category/sales/c/triggertrap/)
Thank You also to Joe & Jonelle Louw of TimeLapseSA (http://www.timelapsesa.co.za) who took us along on a timelapse weekend to play with the SHUKUMA Dolly and learn more about the intricacies of doing Time Lapse!
For our review of the unit, Please Visit: http://www.shootsimaging.co.za
When the chocolate is running, the last thing I want to think about is whether my studio lights have "recharged" for the next shot! No such problems! Profoto 7a in a Giant XL Silver Umbrella as main light and D1 in a 2x3' un-diffused softbox for highlights...
In the whole sequence, not a single shot dropped because the lights weren't ready!Another great shoot with model Chantel Nilson!
Had an Absolute blast with a great Team!
Photographer: Sean Nel
Model: Chantel Nilson
MUA: Suzanne Van Wyk
Hair: Chantelle Taylor Honiball
Pourer and Sculptor: Norma-Jean Honiball
Pourer and Sculptor: Carlien Haywood
BTS Video: Nanette Grebe
Creative Director: Luba V Nel
Theme: off beat bridal.
Elegant, beautiful, but not a typical bridal shoot – more wild at heart,
empowering, without silly modesty. Its more of an idea of a woman getting
married, she is vulnerable, but strong to make a commitment. Its a more of a spur of the moment affair for her. Not all accessories are matching, but she looks her best without caring what the mother-in-law or guests might think. She is just all for herself. And for him.
The lighting for this setup was a bit more complicated than our usual setups with a Profoto White Beauty Dish on a high Boom with a soft fill provided by a 3x4' Softbox - Both driven by a Profoto Pro7a generator. On the right we had a soft hairlights with a 2x3' softbox and a 3' octobox to lift the shadows a bit - Driven by two 500watt D1 heads. A 1,000watt Profoto ProTungsten served as a fill for some shots on a standard reflector for harder shadows, and through a 105 scrim for soft light as needed.
Photography: Luba V Nel
Lighting Design: Sean Nel
Marissa Van Der Walt
Madeleine Van Zyl
In this episode of Studio Essentials, we look at our Profoto Magnum Reflector. It's a slightly larger reflector than the standard (bit more than double the size) and because you can zoom and focus the beam, it gives you loads of options and the ability to seriously fine tune the light you are trying to create.