EddieGremlin
EddieGremlin

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pietnel
 
pietnel June 16, 2018
Gorgeous
EddieGremlin
EddieGremlin June 17, 2018
Thank you, Monika is a very talented young lady, easy to work with.

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Behind The Lens

Location
This was taken at Barlow Studios in Chesterfield
Time
In the afternoon just after 3 o'clock.
Lighting
I had two 500w Bowen’s with softboxes either side, in the white seamless studio setting,
Equipment
Canon 7D MKII, EF 24-70 f/4L @ f/8 1/125 ISO 100 2x 500 watt Bowen’s mono-light, 1.5m octabox (key), 60 x 60 softbox (fill)
Inspiration
It was a studio day arranged by the Disabled Photographers Society, when my turn to shoot came along I saw a glimpse of this pose and asked Monika to repeat it, this was the second image I captured of this pose, I liked the attitude.
Editing
A little skin softening using a frequency separating technique that doesn’t destroy skin texture I learned from Glyn Dewis and B&W conversation, added a little more contrast.
In my camera bag
I usually drag it all, in my roller case. Primes are my favourite but the 24-70 does well in the studio. In my bag is the 50 f/1.2, 100 f/2.8 primes. 10-22, 24-70 f4, 70-200 f/4. 600 EXII-RT x 2 and an ST-E3-RT with a Seconic 308 flash-meter.
Feedback
Practice, patience and a great looking model, who and what can go wrong.

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