Photo Spotlight Framed Family Photo
December 15, 2011 Portfolio
|Camera: Canon EOS 5D Mark II|
Exposure Program: Manual
ISO Speed: 50
Focal Length: 100.0 mm
Lens: EF100mm f/2.8L Macro IS USM
Keylight: Alienbees B800 on upper right with Medium softbox, really close, like 2 feet away from subject.
Left Fill Light: Alienbees B800 on left 45 degree for fill with Medium softbox.
Bottom Fill Light: Alienbees B800 under a white circle shoot through reflector on ground facing up to fill a little on bottom.
Hair Light: Alienbees B800 behind subject on back left, no modifier.
5 separate photos merged in photoshop. Printed on Canvas and framed. Total print size with frame 55 inches long, about 18 inches tall. Black frame.
Other Behind The Scenes Photos
27 December 2011 - 16:13:17 -
hey, I really like this idea. What did you use for the original picture frame, the one they stuck their heads through, and how did you suspend it? I see that you have clamps, but what clamps can clamp to the stand and the frame? Thank you so much
28 December 2011 - 1:35:17 -
TPott05, The thick white matte frame was from Walmart. I used two super clamps attached to lightstands, and I didnt clamp it down all the way, I just rotated the clamp until it put pressure on the edge of the white border frame and it held it in place. If I twisted/rotated the lightstands anymore, it would of started to bend the frame. So I only had them rotated enough to hold the frame without falling. Sometimes the kids would be touching it and it would fall. So in the final photo, I had to make sure to rotate and skew each photo so the aligned up properly.