Lookbook for Anjali K (UAE)
Model: Biljana(Bareface.com) | MUAH: Basma | Designer: Anjali K
I love the top picture has it has so many simple elements, like the mirror, curtains and the way the model poses and top of it i never imagined i would be able to get the background reflection on the mirror. Again one light has been used for this shot with a large softbox. If you look carefully at the picture on the top, you will see that there are no shadows of the model on the ground and this is what i was looking for while i was shooting.
Regarding the post , processed for the models face, the details in the dress and removal of unwanted residues on the floor. This is applicable to both the pictures.
I loved every moment while shooting the series- it was the location, the client, the model and also my family who were present on location which gave some rejuvenation for the shoot. I shall be again working for this client again (Fingers Crossed) for a new collection. Planning to shot before the end of the year;)
I hope you all know that i have just one light which is the Alien Bees 1600 (for the above shoot which i did also with) which i have been using for almost 1 year and half and soon i was thinking of upgrading my lights. I eventually almost fixed the Elinchrom Lights, the RX 600 but then for some reason of the other i found it little bit expensive for my budget. Then when i attended last week a lighting seminar from Broncolor by Urs Recher who had come down to dubai. (More on the Broncolor Para which i learned here will be posted in my future post) i was in love with the broncolor! (Just forgot about profoto)
The broncolor lighting and its battery pack just blew me away. The battery pack is an intelligent pack i have ever seen that i could buy it without even thinking for a second. It way better than Profoto in most of the ways. But at the end of the day as a hobbyist the you cannot afford high end lighting equipment and then finally after much thoughts i decided to stick with my faithful Paul Buff and get Einstein 640 Instead;)
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