Trying to figure out how to accomplish this type of look. Seems like some large overhead soft light.
Any idea what this set up might have been like?
Edited by Jamison Madison, 09 February 2017 - 11:32 AM.
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Posted 09 February 2017 - 05:27 PM
could be done with one light.
Light is place behind and above talent - hard to tell exactly how soft it is - but for sure soft. Lots of ways to achieve that (bounced light - kino with diffusion - a Fresnel rigged high and put through a diffusion frame - all possibilities). This light if placed at the right angle could be lighting both the background frontally and the talent from behind. Or for more control there could be one light on the talent and one light for the background. The background light is softly cut so there is mild hot spot in the middle -
Maybe a little fill on the front side too with beadboard or something or that just could be natural bounce from the glossy white surface they are lying on.