Unearthed the RB67 for another roll, this time with the 180mm f/4.5 Sekor C. Natural light, shot wide open, dev’d in the same ancient xtol.
Tasked with taking a profile photo for a work blog for Fiona. Daylight & single strobe + shoot-through umbrella on camera right, small reflector on camera left. Most of these weren’t what the actual task called for :3
I decided it was time for a new headshot, as my last one was over 4 years old.
Last time I only had an old flashgun to play with, which I ended up bouncing off the ceiling with a reflector held in front of my chest to take out some of the shadows beneath nose/brow/etc.
This time I had a set of studio strobes to play with, which were a present from a friend when she moved back to Canada. I experimented with a few different setups but ended up using a single strobe with a softbox on the left, reflector on the right, white/grey background behind me.
Ideally I maybe would’ve tried to introduce a second light as a hair light & maybe the third to give the background more of a gradient, but the space was too small & I could only run the strobes down to 1/8th power so it was soon just too much light.
Anyway, I don’t think it came out too badly for my first time trying to use studio strobes. Especially considering I was using a self timer so couldn’t actually compose anything properly!