After many years of shooting fairies, and helping other photographers, here’s how I see lighting works best.
These lighting tips and fairy portraits strategies are guaranteed to give you a solid basis and groundwork in marketing fairies in your photography business.
Yours in photography,
Secrets to building, creating, selling and promoting Enchanted Fairy, Ice Fairy & Medieval Themed Sessions
Andrea Long says
Hey Rob, I don’t see a way to post a pic of my lighting setup – I usually use a 5′ octodome camera left, pulled way forward (about halfway up the 4′ pond) and 90 degrees from subject, and a kicker back right (which isn’t always obvious in final images) I like to have deeper shadows to work with – the “flattening” you mentioned I often do in Photoshop if necessary, by reducing contrast/blacks a bit before I start my painting process.. Working on fiddling with some other setups to try some new looks too.
Robert Provencher says
yea, blog post comment sections are not easy to post images. If you have it online, simply post the link…or, send to me and I;ll add it to the article…thanks! R