36. Bright and stylish Karl shows exactly how to produce this bright, sexy and stylish lighting setup through the careful control of three studio lights. Comments July 5, 2017 Log in to Reply Chick Piper Once again, the attention to the background light has paid huge dividends. November 30, 2017 Log in to Reply Goodfella Hi Karl, in this video you mention using a grid for the background light. Can you tell how many degrees the grid is and what size reflector your using with it. Cheers. December 1, 2017 Log in to Reply Karl Taylor Hi Goodfella, the reflector was the P70 which is a standard sort of size for most lights at 23cm https://www.bron.ch/broncolor/products/light-shapers/showproducts/basic-reflectors/ There are 4 grids in the range, I was using the widest one https://www.bron.ch/broncolor/products/light-shapers/showproduct/honeycomb-grids-for-p70/ quite often I don’t use the grid at all. March 23, 2018 Log in to Reply Geoff Guthro I have to thank you for helping solve a problem I was facing. @ around the 6:01 mark you were explaining the side light being colder than front light. I did notice this in my shots but didn’t understand why. Now I know. The front light shooting into the skin bouncing warm tones back as opposed to the side light skimming the skin and being daylight balanced. Makes sense!! I rewatch many of your sessions and gain more knowledge each time. Comments You must be logged in to leave a comment.