cursus nieuws over fotografie cursus in de Hoekse Waard
Natuurlijk ook foto nieuws uit de fotostudio in Oud-beijerland
For today’s studio test with fujifilm X-T2 I would like to show you the light set up as well.
As allways I work with Einstein flashheads and / or with Elinchrome Hybrids. the light in the backgroud is used for a little rim light on the models face and to add some intrest to the background. the fabric over the beautydish (B) helps to soften the light a little bit. The deep octa is the main light.
Regarding the camera.. Mybe the X-T2 is not really the kind of camera you would like to use all the time for model shoots in the studio, but It could be me.. as the camera is just out of the box and and the (great feature) of focus peeking takes a little getting used too.. 🙂 (I’ll keep you posted on that one)
lighting diagram by XLphoto
And of course a big thank you for model Manon who was in the studio today.
This Burlesque milk corset was custom made for Kelly Van Hoorde Belgian International Model.
We created this liquid garment using nothing but milk..
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For those who are interested.. the materials used for this shoot: Nikon, D800 Manfrotto Imagine More, GoPro, FotoFlits, Elinchrom LTD, Sigma lenses, Rainbow Dust Colours Ltd and more..
All team members were found earlyer on FB page (dutch) Modellen, Fotografen en Visagisten.
The shoot, postprocess and edit have been done @ XLphoto fotografie studio
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Behind the scene: http://www.xlphoto.nl/milkdress-behind-scene/
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Photo page (milkdresses included): http://www.xlphoto.nl/fotografie/
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And some behind the screen material..
after a few hours of experimenting together with Evert & Jeroen this came out.. I really need to get more equipment to do this 😉
Some fine tuning regarding lens length, Dof, and (dust spects in the water??) defenitly need some more attention next time..