My two lovely grandchildren visited Dundonald today, and what a great opportunity to get some ‘Fairytales’ images done! Here’s the results…
Here’s my image of the day…
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This monochrome image of my granddaughter, taken around 4 years ago illustrates the high-key studio technique that was popular at that time, – frequently created in our studio at Dundonald.
I have thousands of images like this, shot in hundreds of baby-shoots, (after all my sales pitch was ‘Bob Shoots Your Kids!) and showing other studio techniques – but unfortunately, in this day and age, posting photo’s of children on the internet is not well received by parents and the authorities – and for good reasons too.
Techies: Nikon D700 Camera, lens at 42mm. f/11 @ 1/125th sec, on 200ISO, two Elinchrom 500 studio flash units, one as the key-light behind the camera, and one inside a hi-key white backdrop tent. Modifiers were a softbox on the key-light and a reflector on the back-light (inside the light-tent).
Here’s the diagram: