January 12th, 2011 by Bjørn Christiansen
I have two photos from yesterday that I like a lot. I like the stuck up expression of the two models on the tall one, but the hand on that photo isn’t helping much. The horizontal one gives the photo a dramaturgy with both models looking at “something”. I like their expression on this one too, but I did shoot it in horizontal of some reason.
In an hour I am having evaluation and I am thinking about delivering three photos, just the one with Karoline and the two with both girls. Hope Mr. Øhlander is happy with at least one of them.
The spectacles are new of this season (W/S 2011) and from Moods of Norway. Brilleland was so kind as to lend me four pairs of spectacles that we could shoot. I also had a pair of Lyle & Scott and yet another pair from Moods of Norway. The shirts are borrowed from Zara.
Lighting the scene
This picture is lit by four Elinchrom BX Ri 500. There are two flash heads with strip-light softbox on each sides and behind the models pointing at an 45 degree angel at them, one flash head at a tripod with a beauty dish and grid almost straight on the models and one octabank shooting straight into the ceiling on the left side and about a two meters away from the model. I have also two polystyrene boards with the black side facing the models and another one with white side up in front and facing up reflecting into the models eyes.
Tags: brille reklame, Brilleland, brillemote, briller, brilletrend, commercial, fashion, glasses, Karoline Dilling Broks, Lyle & Scott, Maria Ishoel Frelsøy, Moods of Norway, mote, motebriller, Norsk Fotofagskole, reklame, spectacles, trend