Just another example of the hair flipping from the tutorial that I posted below!
Monday, July 11, 2011
This was part of a "SEE NO EVIL, SPEAK NO EVIL, HEAR NO EVIL" campaign!
This was shot with a 3 point lighting setup, Alien Bee's 1600 in a softbox front right (45 degrees), and 2 Alien Bee's 800's bare bulb blowing out the white backdrop.
I post processed a RAW file with Photoshop CS3, I bumped up the contrast, added saturation and then gave it the "daily multivitamin" twice from Kubota Image Tools (photoshop plugin).. I
Kendra was available for some hair flippin'! She was a very easy model to work with and very likeable.
This setup is easy to do, give it a try:
This was shot with a 3 point lighting setup, Alien Bee's 1600 in a softbox front right (45 degrees), and 2 Alien Bee's 800's bare bulb blowing out the white backdrop. I used a white tile board from Home Depot to get somewhat of a reflection on her heels.
I simply had her put her head down while I counted to 3 and then she would lift her head and flip her hair at the same time that I would snap the photo. It took 3 or 4 frames to get one that I really liked, but the setup is easy to try and the results are pretty good!
Sunday, July 3, 2011
I might have to get Chris to come in studio along with his wife to be Karen, so they can model a tux and wedding dress for one of our workshops.
For this shot, I used 2 Alien Bee's 800's to blow out the backdrop, 1 Alien Bee 1600 in a softbox above and front, and 1 Alien Bee 800 softbox front and left for fill.