This Blog is for commercial photographer David Tejada. David shoots assignment photography for fortune 500 companies worldwide. He has specialized in annual reports, corporate brochures, editorial and advertising work for 30 years.
Wednesday, August 22, 2012
This past weekend was another SSBR workshop in Denver. My model was a wonderful young lady named Alexa. In this photo, I placed Alexa right next to an inside window. I taped a sheet of ripstop nylon to the outside of the window, and shot my SB-800 through the nylon sheet.
Here Alexa lit using one SB-800 fitted with a full cut CTO gel on the flash head, simulating late afternoon sunlight. I projected the flash through a acetate I painted with patterned leafs, this produces a nice dapple effect on the wall.
In this last photo, Alexa put on a football uniform and I did a 4 light sports look. The key light is a FourSquare™ with one SB-800, 2 SB-800's with grids fitted with a full CTO giving me some warmth on the kicker. I have one last SB-800 directed on the wall just behind her. DT
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