37. Strong bold and dynamic Create this dynamic and bold lighting setup suitable for 3/4 and full length subjects. Suitable for fashion and strong portrait results. Comments July 29, 2017 Log in to Reply ILIDIO ALVES Karl, What did you do to remove the tripod from the back light of the final photo? July 31, 2017 Log in to Reply Karl Taylor Hi Ilidio, the centre pole of the lighting stand was visible between the models legs so I removed this in photoshop. To avoid having to use photoshop then I often use a flooter/fresnel light instead as you will seen in the ‘Fashion’ section on the first two tutorials. November 20, 2017 Log in to Reply Geoff Guthro Excellent session tutorial! I shall be using this style. Looks like I’ll be adding another strip soft box modifier to equipment bag. December 18, 2017 Log in to Reply Daniel Majewski Hello Karl, I was wondering if you use any type of filters in portaits (UV, ND etc..), and how they affect (if used) the results on the pictures?. Thank You. December 18, 2017 Log in to Reply Karl Taylor Hi Daniel, no not really and ND filter would only reduce the amount of light so you can open the aperture more or decrease the shutter speed but it wouldn’t have any affect on the subject. Polarisers change the look of skin reflections but you’d have to be careful applying these as you can get strange results. Generally speaking all of your control should be made with light. Comments You must be logged in to leave a comment.