Clay Cook  I've found that starting with one large light source is a good start. Create the ambiance then add drama.  Canon 5D Mark III 70mm (24-70mm f/2.8L II) 1/160 f/14 ISO 160  Ambient Key: Profoto D1 | 9.0 Power | 6x6' Lastolie Skylight Rapid | 60" Photek Softlighter Kick: Paul C Buff Alien Bee B800 | 1/1 Power | 10x36" Stripbox w/Grid Fill(Behind Camera): Profoto D1 | 4.0 Power | 65" Profoto Deep White Extra Large Umbrella Background: Oliphant studios

Light set up //// Clay Cook I've found that starting with one large light source is a good start. Create the ambiance then add drama.

How to do a perfect "beauty style" headshot. create a similar look you will need only two lights - a large softbox that will act as a background and will make the light wrap around the face of the subject (only make sure to tilt the light back at a 45° angle), as well as Beauty Dish that you need to put up high, directly in front of your subject, but angled down at 45°

How to do a perfect "beauty style" headshot. create a similar look you will need only two lights - a large softbox that will act as a background and will make the light wrap around the face of the subject (only make sure to tilt the light back at a an

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