haha! I'd love to man, but I'm in the UK. If you have the time and inclination... what would you consider a "normal" lighting set up for one of your photo shoots - I know you do use a variety of setups (from the differing effects you achieve), so just pick one you like. How many flash units, height, distance from model, size of front diffusers, key light position. whenever I get lighting I like it always comes with big light sources and lots of space. just wondering if you have both
Well there aren't any I don't like the lighting on lol! but one that required a good studio setup would be Abreum's Twofer. I know every setup can be different and specific to a shoot but I suppose I'm asking for the light source size and distance to subject ratio. I think that makes as big difference to the even tonal quality of the light. I know the shots have some post processing work done but you still need good raw material to work with or you spend more time at the computer than in the studio
From the horses mouth,"Large softbox on camera right gridded. Medium softbox gridded on boom high, camera left behind model for rim. Bare light on background (1 left, 1 right) on low power, Basically just 2 for the model"