High key lighting in Studio 1 using a fabric drape as background.
A single large umbrella lights our wise man from the left as he sits by our door panels in Studio 1.
One large umbrella on our left and a background light with grid reveal to us the spirit of art and enterprise present in our young subject.
One large umbrella on the left gives us our key light on our dancer, and another on our right and behind her provide rim and hair light.
One large soft box on our left and a reflective panel on our right perfectly illuminate our damsel reclining on the Studio 1 chaise by our dark gray muslin background.
Studio 1's painted muslin background is big enough for almost any family group, and two large umbrellas give us an even light across the group.
Studio 1's 72 inch umbrella on the left not only gives this long time photographer's face a gentle caress of light, but perfectly shows the curl of smoke and the golden hue of her classic drink.
Our 72 inch white umbrella on the left and 60 inch white on the right offer myriad possibilities for lighting. Background/hair light and reflector included.
Two lights carefully positioned to fully light the subject and limit spill to Studio 1's wide background give us an exciting photo of our dancer in action.
One light, plus the high angle of view allowed by use on one of our ladders (one in each studio) allow this intimate image of our subject seated on the muslin in Studio 1.
It pays to have extra space in the studio, and our Studio 1 offers enough for even a pair of flying dancers! Back lit by two lights, they seem to effortlessly soar above the mundane.
An expansive space 24 feet long on the east side of Studio 1, this surface makes a great background or reflector. The creative possibilities are limited only by your imagination and your knowledge of lighting.
Our unique Light Wall is a 16 foot long illuminating panel perfect for all kinds of photography! The light wall offers smooth, even lighting for large objects or deep groupings and output of up to f16 @ISO 100. Turn your subject toward the wall to give a totally different kind of catch light, and back to the wall for great silhouettes.