Studio set up for my 2nd portrait of Fred

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    -9 ft wide by 20 ft long, with 9 ft ceiling.

    -Westcott Spiderlite TD5 Continuous Florescent lighting

    -Lastolite Triflector

    -White seamless background

    -Color corrected & retouched with Photoshop CS4

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    1. Shineylewis 40 months ago | reply

      Set up used for the shot:

      Fred - 2nd studio lighting attempt

    2. StudioDee 40 months ago | reply

      May I ask what light stand you're using for the main light. I have that same boom arm, but the light weight stands that came with my kit aren't going to hold up any weight. Thanks.

    3. Shineylewis 40 months ago | reply

      Hi StudioDee,
      The stand is this one:
      from Westcott. Model #9910 (10 footer). I don't know much about light stands, but this one appears to be nice and solid, even more so now that I put sand bags on it!

    4. StudioDee 40 months ago | reply

      Thanks, I'm gonna order one now.

    5. StudioDee 40 months ago | reply

      Oh and by the way, amazing shot here. Love what that triflector does for the quality of light on his face.

    6. The Goat Whisperer 40 months ago | reply

      Very well done. and thank you for the set-up!

    7. | Fata Morgana | 40 months ago | reply

      Wow, mooi setup!

    8. Andor - 39 months ago | reply

      excellent portrait!
      (and what a setup! wow!)

    9. Eduardo Tayer 38 months ago | reply

      Congratulations for sharing it! Admirable attitude! :)

    10. Chris Yarzab 32 months ago | reply

      Excellent. Thanks for sharing the setup.

    11. robert.gordon 31 months ago | reply

      How do you like the Spiderlites? Im thinking of picking up a pair but have my reservations based on the power limits i've been reading. I would primarily be using it just about as close as you are.

    12. Shineylewis 31 months ago | reply

      I won these. They were great to get me introduced to studio lighting. So easy and not intimidating. Eased me into the monolights, so for that, they served me well. But the high ISO's will most likely prevent me from using them in the future. Maybe the newer TD6 is better.

    13. robert.gordon 31 months ago | reply

      I agree. The TD6's would be good. Was thinking about using them for food photography but would have to be paid quite a bit to justify buying them lol.

    14. 1Kis 27 months ago | reply

      Thank you for sharing! Awesome lighting.

      Where do you bought those panels (I see they are white/black ), Foam panels ?

      Thank you again!

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