• B800 through white umbrella
  • B1600 on superclamp with 20 degree grid for backdrop, about a stop higher than side lights
  • B800 through white umbrella
  • ABR800 on boom (the mount is the WORST), about half a stop lower than the side lights
  • puppy sits here

Lux Setup

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B800 through white umbrella on right and left
ABR800 on camera
B1600 with 20 degree grid on backdrop

Result here.

R_monca, bradconner, pixlux, and 87 other people added this photo to their favorites.

  1. Silver Raidla 86 months ago | reply

    How wide is that your backdrop and how did you mount it to the ceiling?

  2. joshuahoffmanphoto 86 months ago | reply

    The backdrop is 9 feet i believe, and it's just mounted with a couple of bicycle hooks and a curtain rod

  3. theHoard [StevenM Photography] [deleted] 85 months ago | reply

    such an awesome light setup =/ one day one day

  4. [jasonmatos 85 months ago | reply

    ever use the mirror to bounce light?

  5. Keaton Andrew 85 months ago | reply

    yeah, that AB ring light is sooooooo flimsy.

  6. Ric Diaz [deleted] 85 months ago | reply

    Nice setup.

  7. Sherman Lee Photography 85 months ago | reply

    is that a smoke gray seamless paper backdrop?

  8. G*Squared_LA 83 months ago | reply

    Thanks for sharing these set shots. Always helpful to see how different lighting techniques are done.

  9. Debbi in California 83 months ago | reply

    How do you keep the dog from jumping off the stool?
    Debbi

  10. joshuahoffmanphoto 83 months ago | reply

    good manners and a bone taped to the ring light..

  11. Debbi in California 83 months ago | reply

    LOL
    I'll remember that trick!
    Thx
    Debbi

  12. Boscopix 66 months ago | reply

    I love the lighting! Thanks for sharing the set up! :o)

  13. Adriene Hughes 66 months ago | reply

    joshuahoffmanphoto
    i have that roll as well and it's 9 feet. long. smart: hooks and a curtain rod!

  14. STUDIO 36 41 months ago | reply

    Thanks for this ... And where might one buy that backdrop. What is it called? It is perfect!

  15. johnbfinland 41 months ago | reply

    excellent shot!, good detail. Not easy to get black subjects to "light up"

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