Vegas Vision Studios Lighting Technique


posted on 24th of september, 2008

A small gift from Vegas Vision Studios

Low Key Portriature Lighting Setup.

Background is black Duvatine
Model must be 4-5 feet from background to prevent key and fill lights from spilling onto background and lighting it.

Lighting Diagram



Comments (7)

Posted by Black-white on October 20, 2008
Both of your shots and your infos are GOOD.
Continue.
Posted by Photoshow on September 28, 2008
You are welcome Beth, I will post more in due time
Posted by Loongirl on September 28, 2008
Bobby - appreciate your diagram! :) b
Posted by Miklav on September 25, 2008
thanks Bobby!
Posted by Photojay on September 24, 2008
This is my favorite lighting setup. I just have to get that hair light mounted on my ceiling. Right now it is on a stand behind the background, which cuts into the depth of my room considerably. Thanks for sharing!
Posted by Kenhurst on September 24, 2008
I love lighting diagrams! Thanks for the info and sample Bobby!
Posted by Linqong on September 24, 2008
Good shot!



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Photo credits: Bobby Deal.

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