In this shot, the gobo was used on the background light, to create the illusion of light shining through window blinds. The off camera flash was a Canon 580 EX II, with the gobo positioned in front of it. The light on the model was a 580 EX II in a Westcott 18x42 strip box.
Peter Hurley Style Headshot Lighting on the Cheap! Headshot Lighting with a Strobe and Reflectors
We don't have $5,000 to spend on a Kino Flo lighting setup. So in this article and video, we will show you how to create a Peter Hurley style square lighting look, with just a strobe and some reflectors.
So you may have heard of prisming, which involves holding a prism over your lens to get ghostly shapes and light in your photos. But what happens if you put a prism in front of a strobe? You get gorgeous, dappled light.