The Daily Photo #16- January 16th, 2016.
Meet Tiffany, a photographer and videographer here in Columbus. She is full of positive energy, so I wanted some highlights and brighter tones in the picture, but I didn’t want high-key light. I wanted to keep some muted tones and color and maintain contrast against the white side of the background.
In front of a plain white wall, I used LP180 in a 24″ Promaster Softbox angled so it feathered off onto the wall to make a bit of a gradient behind her head. I used my second LP180 to brighten the wall on the left side. I aimed the flash at the wall, shooting through a diffusion disc from a 42″ 5-in-1 Promaster Reflector. I barely edged the light on to her face on the left side, giving the slight, soft highlights and muted light, with detail in the shadows.
- Sony A7II body
- Sony 24-70 f/4 FE OSS
- 2x LumoPro LP180 speedlights
- 2x Cactus v5 triggers
- LumoPro LP605 compact light stand
- LumoPro LP633 umbrella swivels
- Promaster 42″ Reflector Disc
2 thoughts on “TJ’s Daily Photo #16- Tiffany Wilson”
I really enjoyed just hanging out after a class and learning how TJ went about setting up and tweaking the lighting to get the image of Tiffany! I’m inspired to try some new ideas based on what I gained from this time. Thanks to Tiffany and the others who also were interested in improving their craft.
That was a lot of fun, Dan!