Behind the curtain Johnette portrait
Here is a portrait I created today of Johnnette. She is pictured here in the final shot with almost no post processing. I think I added just a tiny bit of brighness slider in lighroom but that is it.
The photo was taken on my D700 with ISO 500, shutter 1/60, and aperature of 3.2 on my 50mm 1.4 lens. So how I created it was I had her sitting in front of her piano with the lamp you can see on top of the piano on and another you can’t see hidden behind the piano also on pointed at the statue in the back, and another camera right and low on the floor lighting the background a little more. I had a 4′ silver bounce about 5 ‘ camera left that I pointed my flash at filling her in with soft flattering light from the left. I am very happy with the results!
Posted on January 3, 2011, in behind the curtain, educational, iPhone photography, photo tips, portrait photography and tagged behind the curtain, How to, How to photography, iphone, landscape photography, portrait photography. Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.