I posted these photos on my Flickr some times ago but yet to write about them in more details.

Yup, thats right, Its my wife again (thanks darling!) I have to apologize for putting her through this ordeal 🙂 but I guess it was all worth it. She loved some of these photos and I am quite happy with them too. So, the whole idea was to create a high key effect to the final image and i got some help from the afternoon sun & my strobe (nissin Di622), a tripod that has been modified to accept my flash, 35mm f1.8 & my camera D5000.

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flash on left side with diffuser + sunlight on right side, triggered by build-in flash. Photo was then PP in Photoshop CS to add in texture and create a warmer tone.

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Again, natural sunlight on right side with DIY Beauty Dish on tripod above the camera slightly towards the left. Photo was then PP in Photoshop CS with Retro Vintage effects.

<a href=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/chriscctan/4237190156/&#8221; title=”andrea_pose by chriscctan, on Flickr”><img src=”http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2701/4237190156_14d3e3a5ea_o.jpg&#8221; width=”759″ height=”542″ alt=”andrea_pose” /></a>

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Andrea loved this shots. Originally, this was a vertical shot, but when i got it to Photoshop, I was playing around with the croping and realised composition wise, it look so much greater in this way. Again, flash on the right side facing the back with a diffuser on. Photo PP for a warm tone effect.

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Thought of seeing this in black & white and the result is very impressive. The simplicity of the B&W just make the image look more outstanding. I had to placed the Beauty Dish towards the left above her face. One can see the back is lit by the sunlight coming through the window.

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I am in the midst of building my home studio so for this shot (Andrea sitting), she has to sit on my luggage bag & i took the photo from the top of a small ladder. Again, Beauty Dish on the left side above her head and natural sunlight on the right side. Photo was PP for a Retro Vintage look.

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Comments
  1. Adelene Chin says:

    Wonderful shots ! Like a pro ! Hahahaha….Not to mention – beautiful model too..

  2. ith0ught says:

    Nice Post!
    For those who’d like to achieve a real flawless look you might find this post very helpful
    http://ith0ught.wordpress.com/2010/07/14/how-to-do-make-up-after-photoshoot/

    for simple DIY photo retouches. Doing make ups, making flabs dissapear, losing eyebags and wrinkles.. I’ll be having all the tuts posted on my blog.
    http://ith0ught.wordpress.com

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