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Portable Butterfly Lighting: Exploring Photography with Mark Wallace

10/16/2013 ISO 1200 Magazine 0 Comments

Are you tired of setting up complicated lighting systems for headshots? Look no further than this fast and portable butterfly light setup, inspired by Greg Norman Eyesight and Studio. This setup is perfect for capturing tight headshots quickly and easily, and it's also highly portable, allowing you to shoot in different environments.

Let's take a closer look at the different components needed to build this setup. First, you'll need a Matthews rolling baby junior stand, which is equipped with wheels for easy movement and a sandbag for stability. You'll also need a super clamp with a hook to attach your lighting gear. An arm is attached to the clamp, which can hold your beauty dish or softbox.

Underneath the lighting gear, you'll find a 5-in-1 reflector with a silver surface. This reflector is attached using a Manfrotto attachment that extends from the Matthews stand. The mobility of the Matthews stand makes it easy to move the setup around quickly to get the perfect shot.

Now that you know the components of the setup, it's time to put it into action. First, bring in your model and position them in front of the blue background. With the butterfly light setup, you can get in close and capture tight headshots that are full of detail.

The setup is easy to use and quick to assemble, making it perfect for fast-paced photoshoots. You can easily adjust the lighting and positioning of the reflector to capture the perfect shot.

So there you have it - a fast and portable butterfly light setup that is perfect for shooting headshots quickly and easily. 

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