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A just for fun shooting wiith the awesome Model Viktoria Yarovaya

A just for fun shooting wiith the awesome Model Viktoria Yarovaya
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jenniferlynnwhite
 
jenniferlynnwhite December 18, 2020
this is absolutely amazing!!!! where in the world are those dandilions? they are huge!
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Schnabler December 20, 2020
thank you very much. This Dandelion is an real Austrian flower. I saw it in a cow pasture, picket it and dried it
jenniferlynnwhite
 
jenniferlynnwhite December 18, 2020
CONGRATS!!!
jenniferlynnwhite
 
jenniferlynnwhite December 20, 2020
I'm jealous!
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Finell May 03
Very beautiful!

Behind The Lens

Location
I took this photo in my studio. This is a shared studio that you can also rent
Time
Since it is a studio photo, the time of day was not relevant to me. But as far as I can remember it was in the evening
Lighting
Since I wanted a picture that would give the impression that it was taken outside in the sunshine, I used only two flashes. One for the background with a light blue color foil and one I positioned diagonally above the Model. Since I wanted to imitate the sun and needed hard light this had a small reflector. Since our studio is very large I could place the model far in front of the background. This allowed me to avoid blue stray light.
Equipment
For this photo I used a Canon Eos R with a 24-105mm lens. The flashes are Bowens Pro 500 and 1000
Inspiration
After all, I picked the dandelion in my neighborhood and kept it dried in the studio. When my Modes has seen this she said that reminds her of her childhood where she has always blown the seeds from the stalks. Whereupon I said then let's travel back in time and implement this memory.
Editing
In post-processing, I just did a little skin retouching in Photoshop
In my camera bag
Depending on what I have in mind, I go out shooting with my Eos R cameras or the Eos SLR bodies. Eos R 5 and R6 with R series lenses 16-36; 24-70, 70-200mm all f/2.8 or Eos 1Dx and Eos 5MkIV with some L lenses most of them fixed focal lengths
Feedback
A simple trick when you want to take a sunny outdoor photo in the studio is to position a small reflector diagonally above the model. For the background you can use blue paper background or as I have done a color foil mounted on the flash.

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