This is a view from the background. They pulled the paper out about twelve feet into the room to create a sweep with no horizon line. Once the background was in place and secured, we got on with the job of lighting. We used the four black umbrellas to light the background. From the camera position, you can see all four of the black-covered umbrellas aimed into the white seamless—as well as the large silver reflector to the right.
I had recently fallen in love with the quality of light from the inch Lastolite umbrella, so I decided to use it again. I set the umbrella up in a very counterintuitive way, though. Rather than use it close in, to emphasize its softness, I used it at least twenty-five feet away from the subjects and approximately 30 degrees from my camera position.
I placed it up as high as I could get it and I put a lot of power into it with one head connected to a Profoto Acute Ws pack. This gave me both a soft light that would cover the actors evenly and also because of its distance to the actors it gave me light with a sense of direction. I placed a silver reflector on the opposite side of the boys to bounce some fill into the right side of the set up and we started shooting.
Will gently reminded me that if I turned the box down to half power and turned up the ISO on the camera I would have a much faster recycle time. It worked. An hour after the setup, we did what photographers dread most: we took everything back down, repacked all the gear, and cleaned up. Next stop? This is Austin, after all. All of our main lighting for this image came from the inch umbrella.
This shot of the setup was taken from the camera position. After the setup and fine-tuning were done, we actually got to shoot! What is your specialty? Where to Buy.
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