How to Get the Bright Santorini Sunlight In The Studio

4/22/2018 ISO 1200 Magazine 0 Comments

How to Get the Bright Santorini Sunlight In The Studio

Here is a quick rundown of how photographer Jeff Carpenter artificially created the bright Santorini sunlight with a single strobe in the studio. Check it out to see how he did it!



I got a ton of questions about why I was shooting at iso 800 in a controlled studio environment The reason I shot at such a high iso in studio was because with iso 100 and the aperture I wanted, the recycle time on my strobe was much too low. By increasing the iso to 800, there was almost no recycle lag and I was able to keep the energy of the shoot where I wanted. And let’s be honest, does anyone see any noise in these shots? - said Jeff Carpenter on Instagram -

Gear:
  1. Paul C. Buff Einstein 
  2. Paul C. Buff Silver Beauty Dish
  3. Tamron 70-200 f/2.8
  4. Tether Tools Cable/extension cable
  5. Nikon D800E
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About Jeff Carpenter:


Readylight Media got its start in 2011 when owner and operator, Jeff Carpenter, decided to take the jump from hobbiest to professional.  He started small, with special event photography and photo booths but soon after made the jump into portrait photography and event video production.
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