Some portraits and Photoshop World Las Vegas
Here are just a few quick portraits from recently, with a little more 'artistic' flair than usual.
A silhouette of probably the largest (but kindest!) man I've ever seen in my life...
This was a constant light setup, using Bowens (I believe) constant limelights. They illuminated the model nicely, and allowed many photographers to shoot at once.
Here's a photo of my friend with his cool sunglasses. Pretty straightforward, but was trying to do something interesting with getting his whole face in a reflection without going cliche-window route. Natural light only
This was another fun shot also lit by constant lighting. The lights had more work to do this time, so ISO was a little higher than you'd like to be for a portrait, but it still turned out quite nicely. I thought it was really interesting the way her "environment" concealed her face, and she was really able to play with the scene well.
This was a photo lit with two strip softboxes attached to Bowens studio power packs. The lights had an incredible recycle time, and the softboxes were gridded. The eggcrate grids prevented spill on to the background and let it go to a very nice, pure black.
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