How to Shoot an All-White Background with a Single Light…

If you don’t have access to a full cyclorama wall or large studio, you’re in luck. In this 2-minute video, Here’s how to create a pure white background and light the subject using a single light source.

The Primary Source of Light

The essential source of light is a Profoto D2 500w changed by a 47″ Westcott Zeppelin, which is diffused by a 1-stop inward bit of diffusion material and a 1-stop external bit of diffusion material. Don’t hesitate to utilize any vast modifier — for instance, bigger umbrellas and softboxes are perfect!

By using a large light source with a decent spread of light, you can then use V-flats to redirect light behind your subject and onto the background.

via : PetaPixel

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