A mere year late....
.... sorry.... I need to subscribe to these to make sure I see the replies as I don't come through often....
Originally Posted by carmomi
Hi. The pics are really great. It would be nice if you could tell us which light and camera set up you have used.
On this shot it was done with two lights. One was the light that gave me the light on the background and was placed so that the edge of the light caught her face. The second light is the light with the "windlow blind" grid.
The camera was a Nikon D2X with a 28-70mm f/2.8. The shot data was 1/250s @ f/10. The warmth of the shot and lighting was handled in post process in lightroom. There was nothing done to her figure and next to nothing done to the skin. The wall is a painted secontion of the studio. It changes regularly. The floor board comes off easily to ease in the painting. The wood floor is the studio's floor.
Hope this give's you the info, even if ridiculously late....
for others...... hopes this helps....
Originally Posted by DeanP
I like both images but have a question. Wondering why you included so much space in the top? I could see it if you were leaving room for maybe a song or CD title. I dont think it detracts from the image, just being inquisitive.
You are correct. The dead space above her was specifically to leave space for copy. She needed this for promo work and needed the space. Also the reason the wall has the highlight.