The Rhode Island Portrait Project: 401 Studio
For the photo geeks out there, I used 3 speed lights: Two lights in front of them a 72″ Octa box on the right and a small 15″ umbrella on the left and a bare speed light up and behind them (notice the shadow on the ground) This was taken on a Nikon d600 camera ISO 500 with a 50 mm lens at F8 and a shutter of 1/200th of a second
Posted on March 31, 2016, in educational, goofy, Light The Way, portrait photography, Rhode Island Portrait Project, things are looking up and tagged behind the curtain, lighting, lighting tips, lighttheway, model photography, photography, portrait photography. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.