Location Shoot - The Darkside of Judy Woods

August 09, 2016  •  Leave a Comment

In June last year i wanted to try out some off camera flash on location. I got together with a local based model MUA and we agreed on a theme. The MUA needed some images for her College course. The make up was applied in the studio. The make up consisted on fake cuts to arms and face and I have to say looked the business. Part of the Dark Side of Judy Woods Project shoot.Part of the Dark Side of Judy Woods Project shoot. Then 4 of us drove to local woods. The shoot took less than 2 hours and we produced some really good images.

Equipment used.

Nikon D7000 with nikon 17-55 2.8 & Sigma 10-20 wide angle.

Interfit Proflash 180 with oct box & Nikon sb700 for back lighting.

The timing of the shoot was mid afternoon so shutter speeds varied from 1/125 to 1/160, ISO was at 160 and apertures varied too. I needed to get the ambient light down hence quite fast shutter speeds.

Lighting wise, it was just experimenting with different set ups & power ratios. The one I did like was main Pro flash 45 degrees either left or right of camera and speed light placed directly behind the Model. 

The location had a lot to offer and we could could have spent double the time we were there. Part of the Dark Side of Judy Woods Project shoot.Part of the Dark Side of Judy Woods Project shoot.Just one of the images captured

Model - Fransecsa Moran

MUA - Nikole Paige Matheson


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