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Model: Teisha Lowry Vicious Models
Hair & Make-up: Dani J Fuentes Mua
Styling: Vicious Creative
Assistant: Rozanna Nazar

Lighting: Bowens 1.5 Octagonal soft box from front and above and a Broncolor P70 with small grid at front

Model:Hasselblad H5D-50
Shutter Speed:1/250 second
Aperture:F/9
Focal Length:100 mm
ISO Speed:100

 

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20 comments

Andre De Angelis

Anazing set Peter as always. Thanks for sharing the light setup too.

armando

Great work Peter and thanks for the setup ..

alex

tanx for setup
I always see your photos , they are sweet

Herve

Amazing work ! I’m a little confused about the octabox orientation. Is it facing the ground and lighting in front of the model ?

    Peter

    Yes 🙂

      Herve

      OK cool ! So should it work as well in a studio with a standard white (or black) seamless background ?

      Peter

      white will have more fill and black would have less fill 🙂

      Herve

      Thanks a lot Peter, excellent job ! I will try both then. 🙂

Rob

Thank you for the BTS

Zoe

Wonderful work Peter! I’m a long-term fan and I just felt it necessary to mention that I adore your use of lighting in your work!

    Peter

    Thank you Zoe 🙂

Jayaraman

awesome work again peter.. and thanks for the perfect bts image.. its very very helpful..

Theodore

Hello Peter.
Your stand (The one with the winch) looks like the ones wich are used by DJs and sound technicians.
But how did you adapt the boom arm to this stand? Did you use a specific adapter?

    Peter

    The boom arm and stand are both from Manfrotto

      Brian

      Hi Peter, out of interest which Manfrotto stand are you using on the overhead?

      Thanks for all the inspiration.

      Peter

      Tha boom is a Manfrotto mega boom

Oliver

thx Peter for the makingof&exif&lightinginfos, your work is soooo awesome, big respect

Alex

thx Peter !!!

I would like to know what type of flash you use for this set, and with what power…

Your work is just amazing ! I’m really really FAN !

Martin

Wicked!!! Thanks for the lighting info.

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