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@Brett: Photo setup

March 29 2012 at 2:54 AM
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Hello Brett,

Love the photos ofhttp://www.missing-lynx.com/gallery/german/fi103re435bg_1.html . Do you still use the same photo setup as you used to do? I'm currently working on a photo setup but I'm still unable to get the same results as you do in your article. A testorscaleworkshop of taking good (magazine) quality pictures of models would be a nice addition to the videos section wink.gif


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It's all about light (and money)

March 29 2012, 3:47 AM 

Hi Laurens,

With the high quality and relatively inexpensive cameras available today, in my opinion the last barrier to publication quality model photos is adequate lighting.

I have two Bowens lights - one 250 and one 500 w/s flash head - which I bought used some years ago and they were still pretty expensive then. I use big soft boxes to diffuse the light.

My portable setup died late last year so I bought an Elinchrom set of two 400 w/s flash heads, soft boxes, remote trigger, stands and carry cases for around AUD$800. This setup is as good or better than my fixed studio lights, at much less than half what I paid for the Bowens some years ago.

There are cheaper flash packages available online too that might be worth checking out.

Bye for now,


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And how about....

March 29 2012, 4:18 AM 

Hi Brett,

thank you for the answer. Do you do any photoshopping afterwards?

I have found some articles with regard to so called softboxes which are used to put the models in. I think I'll have a go at that first but I'll also be looking for some new lights.

Kind regards

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Check here'''''''link

March 29 2012, 5:57 PM 


I think I copied the link correectly-----???

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