3 edition of Glamour Shots (Pro-Lighting) found in the catalog.
|Statement||Directory of Interior Design|
|Publishers||Directory of Interior Design|
|LC Classifications||January 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 140 p. :|
|Number of Pages||52|
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I'm sure you wish you forgot. For example, if you have another light instead of a reflector below the subject and you accidentally overpower it so it is more powerful than the main lightyou have created some horrible Frankenstein lighting! The white background is my favorite look these days for a lot of reasons. So in this case I would go with a white reflector on the side or bring in a hair light from behind more on that in the next section.
For most people, I think it looks best to have the light coming from above to cast subtle shadows under the chin, accentuating the jaw and helping to hide any double chin. In the photo below, I needed a way to separate this young man from the dark background. This reflector helps fill in shadows on the face and provides a really nice extra catch light in the eyes. For old time's sake, here are some glamour shots that really take the cake.
In my studio, I use a strip softbox for this purpose, but you could also use a bare head with a grid or even an old speedlight with a paper towel roll taped to it to make a simple snoot. I use this to accentuate the jaw, especially in men, or to accentuate the hair in women.
She was just coming downstairs to make some tea and got ambushed! What, did you think we all forgot about those? Two lights can give you a larger, more even spread of light, whereas with one light you might Glamour Shots (Pro-Lighting) some fall off around the edges that you need to clean up in post-production.
His work has won awards in the Pictures-of-the-Year competition, three Maryland State Arts Council grants and two Fulbright Fellowships.
She was just coming downstairs to make some tea and got ambushed! The subject has a double chin, so I really want to define the jaw.
Reflectors and adjustments Once my subject is in place, I do some tweaking.