Discussion in 'Street, Documentary, and Portrait' started by StudioHeraBell, Dec 17, 2011.
Blog post about it:
My Photo Ramblings: Forgotten Remembered
Very nice,what setting you use here?
Once again, stunning work!
Two studio strobes, white seamless paper, camera on manual mode. Probably f/8 at 1/125 sec shutter. Does this answer your question?
I really love your work Hera! You are an inspiration, particularly for those of us who long to give up the day job and dive 100℅ into photography!
I like the pose and the wardrobe, but I think the lighting is just a bit flat. In working on a fashion shoot, the most important element is the wardrobe itself. Shooting that type of wardrobe is hard because flat black eats up light and you loose the texture of it. As a silhouette, that's fine but as a fashion shoot, finding a way to light the dress in order to emphasize its quality, texture, lines, fabric, etc is important.
Yes,thank you for sharing.
superb, once again, Hera ! Congrats !
From that same day... With G1
My Photo Ramblings: Pink Is Pink, Modern Retro Is In
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