3.18.2016

When I light stuff for me as an audience it's always with big, soft sources. For this image of Heidi (for book number 2) I used an 82 inch Lastolite umbrella box. No retouching required.

©2011 Kirk Tuck

Just use your boxes high enough to get a tiny bit of shadow under your subject's chin...


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3 comments:

Fred said...

Kirk,
I love the softness of the shadow on her cheek.
Last night I was looking through a book of black and white photos and thinking they were so much nicer than color photos then I look at this portrait again this morning. I love the subtleness of the colors. They don't hit me over the head but they keep me coming back to look some more.
Fred

Kirk Tuck said...

Thanks Fred. I appreciate the thoughtful feedback!

Terrence Chambers said...

This is a great portrait. Wonderfully done.