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BrunoHeeb PRO
BrunoHeeb August 09, 2015
amazing shot ,love your style
JoshMillsPhoto September 28, 2016
Thank you BrunoHeeb
mickle2658 October 16, 2015
Fantastic love it
JoshMillsPhoto September 28, 2016
Thank you Mickle2658
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BenDufeck January 04, 2016
Awesome. Just completely awesome.
JoshMillsPhoto September 28, 2016
Thank you BenDufeck
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Behind The Lens

This photo was taken in my studio
The time of day was not a factor as this was indoors in a windowless room
Lighting for this was very simple. I used 1 studio strobe with a 36 inch Octobox. The model was laying flat on a table with the Strobe just past her head pointing down her body at roughly 45 degrees
This was shot with a Nikon D7000, 28-105 Nikon lens, Interfit EXD400 strobe, and 36 inch Octobox without the grid.
This was my 1st attempt at bodyscapes and also the water droplet affect. I actually did see this on SmokinStrobes and thought I would love to try it. I love the dynamic lighting and the different textures that you get between the skin and the water droplets
Basic adjustments in Photoshop and Lightroom. Crop, contrast, clarity, etc.
In my camera bag
I currently carry a Nikon D750 body as my primary and a D7100 as my backup body. I carry an assortment of fast prime lenses. I usually carry a godox style bare bulb flash system and a couple modifiers, and a large collapsible reflector. I also carry a few accessories like an ExpoDisc 2 for White Balance and cleaning supplies.
Trial and error.... I probably shot 75 - 100 shots playing with Lighting angle and output, shutter and aperture. Shooting with a small aperture ended up giving the best results giving a depth of field large enough that everything was in focus even shooting long ways down the model's torso. As for the water droplets. Baby Oil on a paper towel, you don't want the model to be greasy just a very light sheen from the oil and then a spray bottle with water lightly sprayed until you get good droplets formed.

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