Digital Camera World (March 2005)

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Better reflectors have two useable sides, with silver and gold for a choice of cool or warm tones. You could use a sheet of insulating polystyrene, the kind found in most DIY stores. You could even glue a piece of kitchen foil or a sheet of glossy silver/gold wrapping paper to a sheet of sturdy card. Your flashlight will be supplied with a portable stand, to vary its height and direction. In addition, you’ll need a sturdy tripod SOFT LIGHT “YOUR CAMERA’S LIGHT METER WILL NOT RESPOND TO STUDIO FLASH SO USE A FLASH METER” with a pan-and-tilt head, so you can fix your shooting position while fiddling with lighting and exposure tests.

Home studio simple to start with, set your camera to 1/60th of a second. The next step is to take an exposure reading with the flash meter to measure the aperture value you need. Start by setting the same ISO on the meter as you have set on your camera then connect it to the flash head via the synchronisation cable. The meter works by detecting light through a tiny white dome called an invercone, which must not be obstructed. Hold the meter as close to the centre of your subject with the invercone pointing at the camera lens rather than the light.

Each of the panels can move independently to remove shadows from the right, left and underneath, leaving a stark but glamorous result. Add a single light slightly above the model’s eye level pointing down and you’ll achieve a flawless result every time. Add a hair light behind to emphasise the shape of your sitter. Most backgrounds serve a secondary purpose and are rarely included in lighting techniques, yet this set-up can give real depth. Assemble your lighting as above, with a second light behind your model out of shot.

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