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October 23, 2013 - 5 went

10-23-13 Great Shoot with Male Model

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Added by Kyle Turner P.
on Nov 7, 2013.
 

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  • A former member

    Hi: I am wondering whether the model was always turned so that the light was hitting his left side? Were there any poses with light hitting the right side. So this class was about darkness for effect? as Kathy explained about one of her images. The poses are all beautiful. How would more light change the effect?

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  • Kyle Turner P.

    Loyce, so sorry or the delay in response, I've been sick. I don't know that the shoot was about darkness as much trying some alternative lighting techniques. We also shot with a beauty dish on this shoot; I would challenge you to find the photos where it was used. This shot was feathered with a grid on the soft box and the main light tilted away from the subject to reduce harshness. Not my traditional technique but that's what I love about the meetups you get to try new stuff. I like how it brings out all the textures in his clothes and precisely why I didn't skin smooth his face. There is a drama and ruggedness about it that I love. While it’s cross lighting and it brings out the textures it’s feathered which in and of itself softens the entire photo. I think more light would head towards the typical everyday headshot, I shoot in RAW so I could have lightened the other side of his face more but I choose to keep it subtle. Loving these meet ups good training. Thanks for the question and compliments, Lewis was awesome....Jim

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  • A former member

    Thanks Jim! Good to try different things. I love the pose.

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