Posts tagged Beauty dish

Mazl ….

So the cazy season is over an it time to catch up with lots and lots of shoots. Marcel is a model I spoke to about part of a black and white set I want to work on over 2015 using different models (but I’ll talk about that latter).


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Studio 101 with Sarah

Last Friday was “Friday night shoot” time again. This time it was a starter course for first time studio users starting from the ground up covering all the basics including trigger, sync speed and different light formers.


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Soft-Box VS Beauty-Dish

Last Monday nights shoot idea was based around using one key light in the same position. I didn’t want to change the position, power output or the aperture of my camera, simply change the light-modifiers to have a 100% comparison between Soft-Box VS Beauty-Dish.



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Rockabella Kat….

I have been having a lot of fun with my 2013 project, unfortunately I’m going away for the next few weeks so I wont have the chance to shoot in the studio. But this week I was shooting with Rockabella Kat as model  and Snow White as guest photographer.


Kat did a fantastic job modelling for the first time she quickly adapted to the new situation and put in a lot of effort.

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Picture of Dorian Gray

This week I continued my Monday night studio project with Vincent as model and Stephanie as guest  photographer. A few months ago Vincent suggested a shoot based on Picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde. I jumped at the chance to do this shoot as the concept fitted will to a few ideas I have had floating around in the back of my head for a while now. It also bought back memories of when I read the book during a backpacking trip from Sydney to Perth way back in the mid 90’s. The concept behind this shoot was then to portray a journey of self destruction through light and lens choice, I also wanted to keep the lighting at around constant f8 (we actually shoot between f7.1 and 9) so that there was a continuation look and feel through out the night.



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For my second post I thought it would be a good idea to post a few photos of my make up artist. Lisa and I have been working together on a lot of projects over the last 12 months. She has been both model and make up artist on several shoots and workshops in the lightGIANTS studio.


About 2 months ago she asked me to if we could do a portrait session that wasn’t based around any workshop  or other project. The only problem was finding time …

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