Published by Fran Baća
Posted on August 01, 2015
Since my wide angle lens is mad slow (f4.5) I had to lower the shutter speed and bump up the ISO all the way to 1600. That let a lot of ambient light fall onto camera’s sensor so the flashes I used didn’t have to use much power. Actually they were both gelled 1/2 CTO and shot at 1/16 power. Gelling the flashes turned out to be pretty much useless, cos I later decided to remove saturation from the image (almost) completely. If you’re interested in more details about camera settings and lighting setup, you may want to check the BTS photo below!
Camera and light settings:
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