49. Bright and punchy fashion With this effective four light set up you can create stunning catalogue fashion shots or simply provide your portrait subjects something different and ultra stylish. Comments October 31, 2017 Log in to Reply Simon Veith Hey Carl, first of all thank you for all your work and your awesome education program here! I tried pretty much the same setting today for a underwear shoot and I just was not able to get the jumping lady sharp, even with same camera settings as you, but on a Sony 7rII with a 24-70 GM 2.8, ISO 100, 1/160 (flash sync failed at 1/200 and above of course), f4.0 – f11 (tried several), white backdrop, multiblitz studio flash with one 1×1,2m softbox front, one round flash for background and one small softbox for hairlight on 5.0 – 8.0 (tried a lot). Do you have any idea what could have been wrong? Greetz from Germany, Simon October 31, 2017 Log in to Reply Karl Taylor Hi Simon, if your exposure was correct and your focus was correct and also if you checked that no ambient light was being recorded then the only remaining thing it can be is that your flash duration speed is too slow. Please see the chapter on Flash Duration (module 4 in this section). November 29, 2017 Log in to Reply Sarah Blum Hi Karl! I love this style of lighting! Really punchy as you demonstrated. would this also work with one huge silver umbrella instead of 3? would i get the same results or similar? November 29, 2017 Log in to Reply Karl Taylor Hi Sarah, I don’t think you’d find a big enough umbrella to be honest and if you went to a large parabolic like the Para222 then the light is spectacular but it would become an expensive alternative to umbrellas. December 20, 2017 Log in to Reply Bogdan Rusu Karl, regarding the picture format. Since she’s moving, do you choose a classic format (5×7 aso) or what suits the best? December 20, 2017 Log in to Reply Karl Taylor Hi Bogdan, no only what works for the best final crop based on the content. Comments You must be logged in to leave a comment.