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    Senior Member pellepiano's Avatar
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    Recent off camera flash images

    I usually shoot in my little home studio but I enjoy learning to use small off camera flash on location.
    Here are some from this summer.

    // Camilla


    // My Father in a 25mp pano


    // Lisa


    // Lisa in BW


    // Friend of Camillas

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    I saw these over at POTN but I can't comment in the glamor section yet! These are incredible as always. I would love to see some of your lighting diagrams and a sneak peek into your post processing. Your final look is always so clean and professional.
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    Thanks.

    I use quite a lot of Dodge and Burn. On the example attached a little more than usual =) ( its all 5 dodge and burn layers composited )

    There are 5 adjustment layers , for detail highlights, general highlights, contouring and so on.

    They are set to lumnocity blend mode, so they dont add so much miscolorisation .

    As for lighting there are two lights tops, i these images. Mostly a Sigma in a shoot thru umbrella front, or slightly to the right if on a stand. Then a Vivitar from behind, side or other direction. The eye reflection usually tell ( if they acan be seen ).


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    1+2 are great stuff!
    The 3rd...ohhh Wow!
    On the last something's irritating at her nose...the shadow line looks to sharp...

    Great explanation of your workflow...thank's a lot!
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