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  1. #1 A Lighting Test (and then some...) 
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    So this was a different thing. By far the most moody and stylized projects Iíve done to date verses what normally fills up my hard drives. Iíve been sitting on a couple reference images for a long time that I absolutely wanted to use but for one reason or another hadn't gotten around to shooting. The whole idea was wrapped around lighting, body structure, and direction.



    I did a full write up on my blog if anyone is up to read more about the thing.
    tannerherriott.com/blog/2018/4/30
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    Nice and thanks for sharing. Looks like you used the same lens throughout (50mm?). Try mixing up the lens choice (macro, tele to extreme wide) and perhaps dynamically moving the light source during the shoot with the model holding pose or moving through it. POV could be more dynamic as well. Like the great Bob Ross used to say: "Happy accidents happen" ;-)
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    I loved the blog, thanks for the BTS of this it's always appreciated!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott Welsch View Post
    I loved the blog, thanks for the BTS of this it's always appreciated!
    Thx! I appreciate the kudos.
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