Band shoot 2 Years to Apocalypse

Posted by on Mar 30, 2011 in model shoots | No Comments

The results from the band shoot we did last Sunday.

The shot below was lit with an Elinchrom Ranger firing through a white umbrella camera right. The blue light is from a gelled SB900 behind the band on the floor. I loved the flare from the sun that came down through the glass roof of the INIT building.

This is my favorite shot of the day, single light only (again a Ranger RX fired through a white umbrella camera right).

This was shot in an empty office. The main light is a Elinchrom BXRi 250 with a horizontal strip box and there were two 66cm square softboxes left and right next to the band.

The lighting setup for the studio shot below again consisted of two 66cm square Portalite softboxes behind the band left and right. The main light was a BXRi 250 with a Rotalux 130×50 horizontal stripbox above the camera. The stripbox had a narrower front diffuser on it.

Behind the scenes shot of the single light location setup:

And this one shows the studio setup, with the exception of stripbox that was above the camera (the softboxes in the picture are the Portalite 66cm version with front diffusers):



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