Photography lighting setup!
A few teaser images from a senior portrait shoot this week. Tom’s an avid street hockey player and a rabid Anaheim Ducks fan, so we wanted to capture some of that passion in his portrait session. It’s been a bit rainy here in SoCal this week, so we were fortunate to shoot between storms, and had some nice threatening clouds for background… SENIOR PORTRAIT HOCKEY SHOOT W/BEHIND THE SCENES LIGHTING SETUP by Jon C. Haverstick
I used hard side light by using two strip boxes but I took off the diffuser in the front for a higher output. Also, my assistant is holding the light up towards him so its gets under his hat. Model: NIKON D3 Serial #: Firmware: Adobe Photoshop CS3 Macintosh Frame #: Lens (mm): 24 ISO: 100 Aperture: 10 Shutter: 1/320
Accent Lighting for Portraits A Post By: Alex Smith Personally, I love adding side accent lighting to my portraits by firing my strobes into narrow V-flats (two large pieces of foam core taped together to form a v-shape) directed at the subject on either side to highlight the cheekbones and neck and really sculpt out those beautiful forms in light and shadow. The possibilities with accent lighting are truly endless, and the luminous results are absolutely stunning.