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Since I had all the test shots as we were piecing the lighting together, I thought I show you how it looked in stages, all right out of the camera (until the end when you see the final shot). It’s not going to be pretty, but here goes: Above: Here’s a behind-the-scenes shot of where we finally ended up. lighting wise. It looks like a simple two-light set-up, and it is, but getting there was….was…well…it took a number of hours and there was a lot of “scrunching of my face” during the entire shoot to get it where I was hoping to be. We’ll start at the beginning, just after we put up a long roll of black seamless paper behind the car. Priser på fotografering hos Camilla Hey. Som du til enhver tid kan bestille et ubegrænset antal kopier af – lige så tit som du har lyst.
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I mean, I had so much stuff that I had to have a conversation with my wife every time I got some new gear coming in. My Nikon World on Facebook.