34. Enchanting two light result In this chapter we discover how to create magical lighting with just two lights to produce professional and stunning results. Comments July 10, 2017 Log in to Reply Svein Arne Grønnevik If this was a commercial shoot for the jewellery, I guess the crop would not be this tight? August 7, 2017 Log in to Reply art page what is the camera model and lens here using in this episode? August 7, 2017 Log in to Reply art page oh yes, i found out in the side page, you mentioned all equipment list! such a professional for education system…. well, than you Karl 🙂 August 24, 2017 Log in to Reply Mark Harris Hi Karl, I know in this set up the lights were more face to face, rather than a “hinged” opposite angle normally used. But is this not a variation of a clam shell set up? August 25, 2017 Log in to Reply Karl Taylor Hi Mark, no this wasn’t really close at all to a ‘clam shell’ set up. If you take note of the models head angle and catch lights in the eyes and strong backlighting it is quite different. There is a standard clam shell set up using soft box and beauty dish in another chapter though if you’d like to compare. September 9, 2017 Log in to Reply Mark Harris Thank you, I see what you mean and I can see why it is a totally different light. October 29, 2017 Log in to Reply J.Jean-Claude Davilmar Thank you for the tips October 29, 2017 Log in to Reply J.Jean-Claude Davilmar Thank you . November 10, 2017 Log in to Reply Geoff Guthro Wow what a great tutorial this one was. I love the look of the shot. Excellent demonstration of light falloff on the background and how to change it up. URS’s explanation’s like the lower soft box verses the upper. He really helps in understand lighting concepts. Just awesome! Comments You must be logged in to leave a comment.