The Behind The Scenes Movie from DoubleTroubleStudios and wanted to share this awesome video with you all. Also below you can find some of the results shot during the workshop. Because it was latex and reflections on the clothes mathers, we decided to do some more complex lighting setups. More in the movie
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As you can see, all the images above where made from the same angle and perspective. All on a tripod to make sure the compositing part in the end was not to big of a deal.
Hello All It's been a while since I've updated my blog again, so here I'll make it up to you.
Last w eek, we decided to do another 'Project'! Below I'll give you a sneek peak of the proces we went trough when creating this image. It was made of multiple exposures, and later in the retouching part, all composed together.
As you can see below, we started with a empty room in a castle, and we've built the entire set and customized it to our own taste. Big thanks to Photographyves (assistant) and Tinneke Geenen (styling) for helping me out that day.
Tec hnical Part: The shutter speed used for the shot with only the dress was 1 sec on ISO 200 with a diafragma of f11. Camera was a Nikon D700 + 24-70mm f2.8Later we added the deep octa right in front of her, to create an even light, to make sure later in the compositing part we had not to much contrast, because we wanted to create a romantic, dreamy atmosphere.
Later this week I will go over the retouching of this image, since i know a lot of you out there are really interesting in this part.
Got questions about this, feel free to contact me!
In March we had for the very first time our 'Get On Top Of Topless Art' Workshop with the lovely model Emilie Vermeylen! Just to have you know how it works in our workshops, Double Drouble Studios have created a behind the scenes movie to give you a quick inside view of all of this.
During this workshop we try to play as much as we can with shadows. And not to mention posing your model, since there are no clothes (or almost none) we have to be creative with the body and create some nice curves for this.
If you are also interested in one of these workshops, you can find more information over here! At the end of April we have a workshop with the Dutch model Lenaa Warmelink doing the same kind of style.
And for now some of the images shot during the workshop!
That's it for this week! Enjoy your weekend and will do another update after the weekend on my blog!
Hello All, Quick update: Just a retouched result from the shooting with Jamecia Baker.
Simple light setup, one light Elinchrom BX500RI on the right, behind her, gelled with 2 blue gells, to make the blue more visibel and darker. Just a simple 18cm reflector behind her with a grid in, on top of that attached the blue gells with some tape.
Mainlight was another BX500RI with the Elinchrom Deep Octa & Grid on the right side from her, on a low angle point to her.
Questions, comments let me know!
Up to the next shooting, catch you laterz
Hello everyone, I know it has been a while since i've posted another blogpost, but let me tell you why, busy busy.... Yesterday, so 24th of February we had the workshop 'On Top Of Topless Art' and as suspected it was sold out pretty fast!
Below I will provide you with some behind the scenes shots, made with a fisheye 10,5mm f2.8 to give you an idea how it works during a workshop.
Also in two weeks time there should be following a behind the scenes movie on my blog.
My view outside my studio yesterday
And the second setup of the day!
And another setup we did during the workshop!
And off course a portret with the fish eye from one of the students Luc Grobben ;)
The session we had with Tamara, was one with wonderfull results. Makeup and hair was done by Marjo Shipper.
We did the entire shoot in our new Studio. As always all lighting is done by Elinchrom and their modifiers.
I'm not going to say much about these shots, but retouching was done in Photoshop, we started out with some basic black and whites, and ended up doing some fashion minded glamour shots.
The shots above are made pretty easy, just some fabric on the floor, model on it. Some glamour makeup, curly hairs and there we go. I have to admit we had to try a lot of different angles in order for these shots to come out the way we wanted it to. But I really love the first shot.
Then we went a totally other direction, more shade, the way we are used to. Images are lit with the Elinchrom striplight with a grid from Lighttools.
Some of the images, are just lit with a basic 18cm reflector with grid in it to create some high contrast images. Toning and retouching is done in Adobe Photoshop CS6 after shooting tethered with PhaseOne Capture One.