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Old 20-01-2009, 17:21   #1 (permalink)
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Studio Shoot - Different Lighting setups - Example shots

Here are some shots from this weekends Studio shoot with local camera club. Using primarily 2 x Elinchrom D-Lite 4's with softboxes.

Lighting Setup 1

Setup for first set of shots is largest soft box camera left , coming in to model at approx 45 degrees. 2nd softbox is back right , pointing down on to model to provide that rim / hair light. Back light was + 1-2 stops higher than front. Collapsible black velvet backdrop in place.



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Notice with light this close, you have control over the shadow on side of face. Note how the rim light separates model from background.
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Lighting Setup 2

Now the front light has been pulled back, as we were shooting full length at this time. Now you will find shadow area is not so large.



Notice height of rim light.





This shot was taken with myself standing on a chair looking down. This forces the eyes to look up & form a pleasing half circle in eyes.

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Lighting Setup 3

Now we took the back light & brought it to front right at 45 degrees. Left light was main light , so was 1 stop higher. 3rd bare light was placed directly behind model , shooting at back of her head.



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Background changed to white

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Now that's what I call a rim light
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Lighting Setup 4

Finally truned off back light & went for the "clam" lighting setup. Basically place both sofboxes on top of each other directly in front of model, leaving a gap big enough at model head height, to shoot through. Top box is tilted down, bottom box up. 1 stop extra in top box.



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This light is very flattering to a model, although some may say it lacks contrast vs the other shots. Swings & roundabouts


Note all shots have no processing other than lowest level of sharpening during reszie & export via Lightroom. If you get your lighting right, you don't need to tweak the shots too much EXIF has been left in shots for anyone interested in settings. All shots should be at ISO100, 1/125th sec, F/11
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Re: Studio Shoot - Different Lighting setups - Example shots

If you want to see more shots of Ashleigh (model), then take a ganders here :- Ashleigh - Cheltenham Portrait at David James Williams
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Great shots Dave.... I wish I was closer to come and practice ...
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They are great
Excellent Job Dave
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Diagrams of lighting setups added. Any queries, just shout
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Thats much better now with the diagrams showing the exact arrangements. Its easier for numpties like me to follow
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Quick question - what size is the foldable backdrop ..... I've got one in the cupboard I had forgot about ....
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7ft x 4ft from memory. It does limit the full length shots, but I find it perfect for single or couple shots at 3/4 length or tighter
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7ft x 4ft from memory. It does limit the full length shots, but I find it perfect for single or couple shots at 3/4 length or tighter
I'll have to brave the back of the cupboard .......
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lol. What a thing to forget about
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lol. What a thing to forget about
I surprise myself sometimes with the contents of the cupboard ..... lenses and all sorts
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Re: Studio Shoot - Different Lighting setups - Example shots

All very interesting + helpful, thanks for taking the time to post this Dave

I'm not keen on the super-charged mega-rimlight in Lighting Setup #3 - all I can see is blown flyaway hair, which becomes a distraction. All the other setups look really good tho', with great results (except skin tones look a bit unnatural, but that could be her makeup/fake tan). I like the softer lighting in Setups 2 + 4; Setup 1 is a bit harsh in the shadow department for me. Those are just some of my thoughts - glad you demonstrated them all. Wish I had a studio to play in.
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at the moment not interested in studio shoots , mainly because i don't have one .. "green" with admiration but gaining an interest in how it's done , the set up that sort of thing. How you explained your session here is absolutly great dave, well done proberly learn more here than buying a book , in which you should consider doing ,,not buying one ofcourse , but producing one. and one more
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Thanks for this post, very new to portraits so this will come in handy.

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I'm well interested as i want to do this myself. I've got a fab sister who wants to model for me. And especially the diagrams. Thanks so much, it really is very helpfull indeed
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Thanks for posting this, it's just what I was looking for. I've just taken delivery of a two-head lencarta set-up so am in need of ideas for effective lighting
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Glad it's of use

At future shoots, I'll try to take some wider shots to show light positions.
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Excellent post Dave. Thank You.

I'm very interested in the white backgrounded photo of a family from your blog, how were the lights set for this?
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Front lights same as Lighting Setup 3, then 2 backlights pointing at white background between + 1-2 stops to blow background out.

This might also help :- http://www.pixalo.com/community/flas...deo-26167.html
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Thanks Dave

Do the lights on to the white background have soft boxes on? or are they direct on to the background? and I assume the background was cloth. Im having some problems with this at the moment so very interested.

PS - thanks for the video links
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You can use softboxes for more even spread of light, or barn doors. You are trying to provide even light across background, without any light spill on subject , plus lens. Ideally have model forward at least 6 feet from background.

yes white cloth. Get your exposure on model correct, then keep upping back lights power until it blows out white. If you start bleaching out edges of model you have gone too far & need to back off a bit.
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Re: Studio Shoot - Different Lighting setups - Example shots

like the shots and really appreciate the diagrams - it's very hard for me to picture lighting placement by description alone
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Thanks Dave - Much appreciated - so in the video where it looks like a studio light the board is used like a barn door. I must try that

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I hope I can remember all this. I'm gonna have a go soon with my own new goodies. When you've got a white background, could you with anything (not photoshop) change the colour of the background?
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Yep, place a coloured gel filter in front of light (facing background & not model)

Alternatively, you can buy an optical trigger like this :- http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/SKY-3-Optical-...3A1|240%3A1318 allowing you to use your camera flash (SB800 ?) with coloured gel, to light background.

<update> Remembered SB800 has optical slave built in,so you don't need the addition above. Canon flashguns would though

You can get some free gels for flashgun, by following this advice :- http://www.davidjameswilliams.com/ph...s-uk-strobing/

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Yeh I remember this. I've just asked for a sample pack Thanks Dave
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You're costing me alot of money with all these ideas you're putting in my head.
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Studio lighting is one of the best investments to get ultimate image quality. I've seen stunning quality shots from CLPhoto who shoots on here with a Canon 400D, with non L lens. For between 1/3 to 1/2 the price of a 24-105L lens, you can get an introduction 2 light setup
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