TSR lights behind the scenes (or lighting a light)
I had an interesting job come my way this week. I don’t do a lot of “commercial” photography, very little in fact, but I had the time and they had a need so why not take on a challenge right? So I pushed myself a little and photographed this very interesting new lighting set up. TSR Thermal Solution Resources makes these lights which are bright, don’t get hot… Very cool in fact, as I was photographing this light I was impressed at how cool it stayed the entire time it was on which was a few hours. Here is the TSR website by the way
SOooo to the lighting set up and technical info.
Here is the shot
This was shot on my D700 at ISO 160 Shutter 30th of a sec, at F 5.6 on my 55 mm manual lens. This means there is no computer in the lens or any electronics of any kind. It is a manual focus lens made in 1977 long before digital photography even existed! this photo was taken using 2 lights both off camera. And the light itself on as well. One was placed just slightly below the subject and camera left about 1.5 feet back and the other camera right and high above the subject about 3 feet away. Also I had a silver bounce camera right and in front of the subject to fill in the shadows a bit. also there was a window just camera left filling in soft light as well and the back ground is the side of my refrigerator… Here are some set up photos
Posted on February 10, 2011, in behind the curtain, educational, photo tips and tagged behind the curtain, close up photography, Commercial photography, educational, How to photography. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.