That is, creating one with studio lights.
This is one of the things Joseph Marranca and I taught our students at the Advanced Lighting workshop we held in Mono, Ontario this past weekend.
Start with a normal day. Lit by available light, that looks like this when you expose for a proper background:
Not much foreground, of course. That is why we add studio lights. The trick is which ones, and how.
One goes outside, aimed at the model through a grid, and is equipped with a CTO (colour temperature orange) gel. That makes the day look like a sunny morning.
Then we add another studio light, indoors, on camera right, with an umbrella.
So now we have:
Which when done gives us one of those “Folgers moments”:
(On Sunday May 23rd, Joseph and I are doing another workshop in Mono, this time a one-day one, which builds on the light practiced in the previous workshop.)
Perfect! Thanks for the new tips and pointers.