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Thursday, May 12, 2011

To do this fashion runway shot in the studio we created the scene using seamless paper -- black on the floor, white for the runway, and gray for the interior wall.  The two side walls are simply large foam core sheets.  Lighting was done with five Nikon SB-900 flash units -- two on the floor on each side of the runway, and one overhead shining into the models hair and also creating a flare into the lens.   The camera used was the Nikon D7000 with a 24-70mm Nikkor zoom.

This scene was done similarly to the one above except that it is two images put together.  Both models are the same person.  First she was photographed out-of-focus walking away from us on the right.  Next she was photographed in focus walking towards us in the back.  The two images were then assembled in Photoshop.

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