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Photo "Stained face" by Alexander Khokhlov | Face Paint

Photo "Stained face" by Alexander Khokhlov | Face Paint

For this image JG built a wedge wall in his Phoenix studio and used one 22 inch PCB Beauty Dish with diffusion as his main overhead light and used one 5ft Westcott Octabank to light the interior of the scene.

For this image JG built a wedge wall in his Phoenix studio and used one 22 inch PCB Beauty Dish with diffusion as his main overhead light and used one 5ft Westcott Octabank to light the interior of the scene.

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Beauty Booth with DIY equipment | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Beauty Booth with DIY equipment | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

awesome lighting setup

awesome lighting setup

We’ve all been there, stuck with bad light and fresh out of ideas. I may spend up to an hour pre-lighting before a model or subject steps onto set, I work out the kinks and make sure everything is how it should be. But, despite my best efforts to make it right, every now and then I run out of time and have to wing it. We all have our “go to” lighting scenarios, but when you’re standing in unknown territory, keep the following tips in mind and you just might make it through the storm.

We’ve all been there, stuck with bad light and fresh out of ideas. I may spend up to an hour pre-lighting before a model or subject steps onto set, I work out the kinks and make sure everything is how it should be. But, despite my best efforts to make it right, every now and then I run out of time and have to wing it. We all have our “go to” lighting scenarios, but when you’re standing in unknown territory, keep the following tips in mind and you just might make it through the storm.

We’ve all been there, stuck with bad light and fresh out of ideas. I may spend up to an hour pre-lighting before a model or subject steps onto set, I work out the kinks and make sure everything is how it should be. But, despite my best efforts to make it right, every now and then I run out of time and have to wing it. We all have our “go to” lighting scenarios, but when you’re standing in unknown territory, keep the following tips in mind and you just might make it through the storm.

We’ve all been there, stuck with bad light and fresh out of ideas. I may spend up to an hour pre-lighting before a model or subject steps onto set, I work out the kinks and make sure everything is how it should be. But, despite my best efforts to make it right, every now and then I run out of time and have to wing it. We all have our “go to” lighting scenarios, but when you’re standing in unknown territory, keep the following tips in mind and you just might make it through the storm.