In class yesterday, we were working with ratio (the difference between the true tone of a subject and it’s shadow side). Using a reflector, we filled in the shadow partially. In this case, I had a scrim in front of the hot light directly behind and slightly above the subject and had light bounce back onto the face of the clock.
Canon 30D + 17–85 IS. 1/20, f/6.3, ISO 200, f=85mm. Used a Lowel Omni Light with the barn doors wide open and a scrim in front of it. Relector was silver-color metal (maybe aluminum of some kind).
Big thanks to my “assistants” for this shot: Beth and Amanda.
Very interesting so far. Learning a lot and reinforcing what I already know, or thought I did.
David Brauer is speaking right now. Very interesting so far.
I got here not that long ago and have registered. The Keynote speaker starts in 15 minutes. The speaker is MinnPost’s David Brauer. Will keep you readers updated as times goes by. Hopefully I’ll be learning about quite a few things here: Advertising, Layout/Graphic Design and some “cutting edge” audio/video techniques.
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