Model Evanna Mills, photographed on yesterday’s Pro Workshop featuring Joseph Marranca and myself. Liz Valenta did the make-up.
It was raining.
Actually, it was a garden hose.
Lit mainly from behind, plus additional fill from the front. With the exposure set manually to create a dark background. The lights were both simple speedlites, fired using a pocketwizard.
And here’s one more. Now I am shining that back light through the black umbrella, making it almost white:
You see how much you can do using very simple means? This is what we teach on workshops, and it is also what photographers should keep in mind at all times.Simple technique can do a lot.
Just commented on your more recent post with the two photos.
Just want to say this second one (with open umbrella) looks good.