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Old masters lighting - February 2011

This is a discussion on Old masters lighting - February 2011 within the Level 2 photography assignments forums, part of the Photo assignments category; Here's mine, Since natural light didn't want to play I went all artificial. Also it turns out we've drunk our ...

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    Here's mine, Since natural light didn't want to play I went all artificial. Also it turns out we've drunk our house dry, so I turned water in to wine with some red and black food colouring.


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    Cool shots so far, everyone. Richard, I have to ask. What software are you using to show your lighting designs?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Iguanasan View Post
    Cool shots so far, everyone. Richard, I have to ask. What software are you using to show your lighting designs?
    I use coreldraw for my lighting diagrams, I've built up a library of basic components, so its relatively quick now to drag things to where I want them.

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    Nice image richard and your lighting diagrams are muchy appreciated!
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    Something possessed me after reading this assignment to take Laura's hand-painted Royal Winnipeg Ballet store doll and take her picture. I used one desk lamp light covered with translucent paper and found objects pink and small. These are f9 for .8 and 1.0 secs. In post I used a levels adjustment layer with soft light blending mode. I like the muted lighting and colors, the face details and the shadow play on the dress.
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    Very cool shots so far! I really like the doll shots, Mike, especially the second one.

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    Richard- I love your diagrams. thanks very much. that bread looks lovely but I'll bring the wine, 'k?
    Mike-the doll shots are very creative and well done.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bambi View Post
    Richard- I love your diagrams. thanks very much. that bread looks lovely but I'll bring the wine, 'k?
    Sounds like a plan

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    Nice work Richard and Mike

    I'll have to find myself a box ... l like that idea , looks like it would work pretty good.

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