Portrait Session / Lighting Workshop

 
Lighting workshop in Samy’s started from 11am to 4pm. There were about 8 people in a big size studio. Everybody was tired but excited. The instructor was a funny guy. The model was tiny but hot with a pair of purple attractive eyes. The corner of wall and floor was rounded to avoid the adjunction line, which was smart but required more construction work. I loved to shoot against light with flare on model’s face, while normal lighting was still popular.

This one was my favorite today, called “Black Door”. There was just a black foamboard in the back. I was so surprised when it showed on my LCD with foamboard and model floating, blue lighting, two overlaped figures with hands crossing. Everything was so surreal. Loved it!

2 Comments

  1. Reply
    Mark Peng November 30, 2009

    Hi this is Mark from MITBBS.

    That is the class in Pasadena with Fernando Escovar right? Guess what, I almost signed for that class too, only decided not to go because of other commitment.

    I am glad you like it. I am looking for more practice with photographing model in studio lighting myself. I am still very new to this and I think taking a class will help me getting started.

  2. Reply
    Claire Xu January 22, 2010

    hi, nice to see you here. It is one, which u will like.

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