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Old Oct 1, 2004, 9:48 AM   #21
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What is the model laying on, I really like the reflection it gives.



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Old Oct 1, 2004, 2:52 PM   #22
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As I indicated in the post - I stole that idea from Frank! (credit where credit is due). It's Lexan clear plexiglass over black seamless. I could only find sheets locally in 3 X 6 (wanted 4X8 - so I went with two and merely PS'd the seam out (she's lying over it for the most part to cover it up). Glad you like it (thx. Frank).
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Old Oct 2, 2004, 1:58 AM   #23
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Hi,
I also have to take the seam out .
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Old Oct 2, 2004, 12:35 PM   #24
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In the interest of simplicity:

One halogen lamp bounced off a white wall to her immediate right. Another halogen lamp 8ft directly in front aimed slightly toward the ceiling (so aprox. 25% of the direct light was hitting her face).
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Old Oct 2, 2004, 1:37 PM   #25
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Amazing photos Kalypso! RESPECT!
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Old Oct 2, 2004, 1:43 PM   #26
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I think this thread is very helpful. We should talk to Steve about setting up a section for model photography & lighting examples.
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Old Oct 2, 2004, 3:06 PM   #27
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While not a bad idea in my mind, there is already a good deal of this info here, if more spread out. In the "Flash-Studio" forum, there is much about the lighting aspect. In the "People Forum" there is much about both. Also, Kalypso has a sticky post indicating an upcoming 'tutorial' section on lighting. Possibly the subject is being covered in too many diverse areas for now, but a lot of info is already here. What you seek could probably be incorporated into the existing "Flash Studio" forum, possibly with a slightly edited name. This would prevent missing info already posted and too much hunting around the various forums to find it.
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Old Oct 2, 2004, 5:37 PM   #28
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While not a bad idea in my mind, there is already a good deal of this info here, if more spread out. In the "Flash-Studio" forum, there is much about the lighting aspect. In the "People Forum" there is much about both. Also, Kalypso has a sticky post indicating an upcoming 'tutorial' section on lighting. Possibly the subject is being covered in too many diverse areas for now, but a lot of info is already here. What you seek could probably be incorporated into the existing "Flash Studio" forum, possibly with a slightly edited name. This would prevent missing info already posted and too much hunting around the various forums to find it.
Good idea...I'll move this & some of the other studio lighting threads up into the Flash (Studio) section. BTW, my 'tutorial' is actually going to be a FAQ (but maybe a sticky for people to post their lighting setups might be helpful).
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Old Oct 4, 2004, 12:34 AM   #29
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Even more simple...

Dimage 7i, 4 second exposure in a totally dark room using a small 2-AAA penlight to "paint" the light on her...
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Old Oct 4, 2004, 10:08 AM   #30
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What do you mean by "paint" the light on her?
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