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Lighting with Grids

This is a discussion on Lighting with Grids within the Lighting forums, part of the Education & Technical category; Shot this last week and just finished this edit......

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    Shot this last week and just finished this edit...

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    Nice work Mike
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    very nicely controlled lighting

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    Yup grids do indeed help control the light - can i ask what type of grid you used here Mike?
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    Ok, I finally got time to create this lighting diagram. It's CRAZY season

    Technical Info:
    Main Light: 7" parabolic with grid @ f11
    Fill light: 3' x 4' soft box @ f5.6 1/2 - This was coming across her body to help create the shadows.
    Edge lights: Two 1' x 4" strip soft boxes @ f 5.6 1/2

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    Somehow the diagram is missing something that the original portrays so much better. I wonder what she ... ummm, it ... could be??

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