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Back to Basics: Flash Photography #3 by David Fattibene

Here the third attempt, with a split light setup and blue/red gels

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Technik Point

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  • Flash configuration: Split Light
  • SB910 on right with Blue Gel
  • SB600 on the left with Red Gel & Umbrella

 

 

 

 

 

Playing with White Balance

One day I will write my own essay on "why we should always shoot RAW", but this is an other story. The shoots below are the same as before, the only difference is where I have picked the white balance (in these pictures directly on my jumper white lace). 

Next time I will try on open air in order to give a different color on the background.

Back to Basics: Flash Photography #2 by David Fattibene

Here the second attempt, focusing on Butterfly Light, Side Light with one and two speed lights (See below the pictures the Flash Diagram. 

This time I have chosen a portrait orientation and the orange wall in my dining room, the special one with the bowl and the knife is a special thanks to Alessandro Vecchi and his "Don Chisciotte...keep fighting..." which I found really inspirational

TECHNIK POINT

Below the Lighting Diagram, I have putted together the 3 schemas

  1. Butterfly Light use only the SB660 + Umbrella in frontal position
  2. Side Light with one or 2 speedlights
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Back to Basics: Flash Photography #1 by David Fattibene

These days in northern Italy is pouring rain, so I've decided that is the good time for "Back to Basics". Just take the time for testing different lighting configuration and lighting modifiers (Softbox, Umbrella & Reflector)

I'm not focusing on correct posing of best background, one step per time, my aim is to put everything together within 2 or 3 blog post, stay tuned.

Technik Point

One Flash Setup

  • Key Light: Umbrella diffuser + SB600
  • Fill Light: Silver Reflector

 

Two Flash Setup

  • Key Light: Umbrella diffuser + SB600
  • Fill Light: Silver Reflector
  • Back Light: SB910
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