Random thought... this made me think of Gabe Building a subtle lighting setup from Fstoppers | by Clay Cook

Random thought... this made me think of Gabe Building a subtle lighting setup from Fstoppers | by Clay Cook

Beyond The Key - Building A Subtle Light Setup | Fstoppers

Beyond The Key - Building A Subtle Light Setup | Fstoppers

Beyond The Key - Building A Subtle Light Setup | Fstoppers

Beyond The Key - Building A Subtle Light Setup | Fstoppers

Tips for Magazine Quality Photography

Tips for Magazine Quality Photography

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Beyond The Key - Building A Subtle Light Setup | Fstoppers

Beyond The Key - Building A Subtle Light Setup | Fstoppers

Beyond The Key - Building A Subtle Light Setup | Fstoppers

Beyond The Key - Building A Subtle Light Setup | Fstoppers

Getting The Most Out Of Your Modifiers

Getting The Most Out Of Your Modifiers

Example of illumination using a direct 180cm translucent umbrella (Butterfly technique) and a translucent panel beneath the face of the subject. Glow effect on the left of the image created in post-production. Nikon D3 + Nikon SU-800, 3 Nikon SB-910 flash heads, Nikkor 70-200mm VRII f2.8G, 1/125sec@ f 2.8, ISO 400, Cloudy WB. Model: Emanuela.

Example of illumination using a direct 180cm translucent umbrella (Butterfly technique) and a translucent panel beneath the face of the subject. Glow effect on the left of the image created in post-production. Nikon D3 + Nikon SU-800, 3 Nikon SB-910 flash heads, Nikkor 70-200mm VRII f2.8G, 1/125sec@ f 2.8, ISO 400, Cloudy WB. Model: Emanuela.

HOW TO ACHIEVE MULTIPLE CATCHLIGHTS IN A PORTRAIT SUBJECT’S EYES BY JULIA KUZMENKO

HOW TO ACHIEVE MULTIPLE CATCHLIGHTS IN A PORTRAIT SUBJECT’S EYES BY JULIA KUZMENKO

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