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    Quote Originally Posted by reachme2003
    i have a pic of the image shot off the tv. need to post? let me know.
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    here is the pic of his shot from jc's apple. make it large for more details

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    classy lighting

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    so that is how to make the shadow falls.

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    yupz.. clear separation of the shadow from model. the background looks like it's not being tilted at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SniperD
    yupz.. clear separation of the shadow from model. the background looks like it's not being tilted at all.
    from the shot, one would not be able to tell that it is tilting. but it was obvious from the setup in the studio.

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    got a screenshot of the setup in the studio?

    Quote Originally Posted by reachme2003
    from the shot, one would not be able to tell that it is tilting. but it was obvious from the setup in the studio.

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    sorry, nothing better than this.

  9. #29

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    some explanation may be in order. camera was at where the chap was standing. on the right where the glow is is the para ff. on the extreme right is the side back view of the angled background held by a lightstand. on the left is a dark large softbox.

    next to the para ff is a large standing 'V' flag or gobo to block light from the para ff.
    hope it helps.

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    thanks reachme.


    btw whats a para ff? is there a long version of this acronym?

    EDIT: do you mean this?
    http://www.helixphoto.com/Studio+lig.../bronpara.html

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    yes, what he used looked like para ff. para ff is used by broncolor.

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