Thats easy A Nikon SB900 with a small softbox for the Modes body and a Nikon SB28 as a backlight for the left modelside. No color changing filter, cameratemerature set to flashlight, that makes the model nice neutral and the background red/yellow
That wasent so much light. Look at the tec details. Shutter Speed:1/50 second Aperture:F/2.0 ISO Speed:400. So I dont need much light. The SB900 was not more than 1/4 Power and there was a softbox who "sucks" some of the light, and the SB28 1/16 or less, direct to the model as a "hard" light. Both with wireless triggers. There was also ne tecnical need for a SB900, I just used it because I have one. Two SB28 would do the same Job in this case.
You're right ! I didn't pay attention f2 iso400 and 1/50 not that much light at all !!! But it's just that her whole body is so homogenously lit and the whites are just perfect. I never manage to get the light spread over a whole body especially with cobra flash. It's either too close and the area is too small or too far away and the light is not enough... I'll keep learning ! have a nice day
Thank you very much ! I do have a soft bow mounted on a studio flash but I usually find it makes bland images, or perhaps it's me... I like the way the light really brightens up the model in your picture but then I had a look at your website and you obviously have a lot more experience than I do merry xmas pal ! and thanks for taking the time to answer me !