Winter Afternoon in Alaska

This picture was taken at 2:30 pm in Alaska, the sun already beginning to set. I chose this picture because of the bright blue light on the snow, and the warm sunlight peaking over the mountains.

Backdrop Lights:

- Top L344 72%, L281 15%, L366 45%, L363 46%
- Floor L442 20%, L705 29%, L713 29%

Model Lights:

- G948 41%, 0 degree elevation angle, 6 ft above the deck, 12 ft stage right of model, direct sidelight to model, 12 ft throw
- AP2200 31%, 23 degree elevation angle, 56 degree side angle, 12 ft above the deck, 12 ft stage right of model, 8 ft downstage of model, 16 ft throw
- AP2000 FULL, 42 degree elevation angle, 48 degree side angle, 17 ft above the deck, 9 ft stage right of model, 8 ft downstage of model, 16 ft throw
- AP3250 60%, 48 degree elevation angle, 37 degree side angle, 17 ft above the deck, 6 ft stage right of model, 8 ft downstage of model, 15 ft throw
- AP3700 46%, 54 degree elevation angle, direct backlight, 17 ft above the deck, centered on model, 8 ft upstage model, 14 ft throw

Fall Sunset in Hawaii

This picture has brilliant dark red light, which makes it look like the sky is on fire. This is a very intense sunset.

Backdrop lights:

Top AP8250 41%, AP7770 21%, AP6500 52%, BLUE 22%

Floor L707 11%, G103 22%, AP8350 56%

Model lights:

- AP7770 61%, 0 degree elevation angle, 6 ft above the deck, 12 ft stage right of model, direct sidelight to model, 12 ft throw
- L105 31%, 17 degree elevation angle, 37 degree side angle, 12 ft above the deck, 12 ft stage right of model, 16 ft downstage of model, 21 ft throw
- AP2110 36%, 90 degree elevation angle, 17 ft above the deck, centered on model, direct downlight on model, 11 ft throw
- G320 44%, 52 degree elevation angle, 21 degree side angle, 17 ft above the deck, 3 ft stage left of model, 8 ft downstage of model, 14 ft throw
- AP7670 57%, 27 degree elevation angle, 12 ft above the deck, 12 ft stage left of model, direct sidelight to model, 13 ft throw

Spring Sunrise on Long Island

This is a vibrant sunrise at the Blue Point dock, with pale pink light reflecting on the water. “Red sky at morning, sailor take warning.”

Backdrop lights:

- Top AP7670 35%, R4890 52%, L735 53%, RE079 52%
- Floor L793 48%, G420 53%, G315 44%, G855 39%

Model lights:

- L201 67%, 27 degree elevation angle, 12 ft above the deck, 12 ft stage left of model, Direct sidelight to model, 13 foot throw
- L052 20%, 0 degree elevation angle, 6 ft above the deck, 12 ft stage left of model, direct sidelight to model, 12 ft throw
- L224 81%, 52 degree elevation angle, 21 degree side angle, 17 ft above the deck, 3 ft stage right of model, 8 ft downstage of model, 14 ft throw
- G870 74%, 23 degree elevation angle, 1 ft above the deck, 12 ft stage right of model, direct sidelight to model, 13 ft throw

Noon on a Hot Summer Day in New England

There’s nothing I look forward to more than the hot summer days approaching. This is a place near my home, I spend most of my summer here sitting in the shade of the trees to avoid getting sunburnt.

Backdrop Lights:

- Top LHT116 46%, LHT195 49%, L724 25%, L764 66%
- Floor R2003 32%, R90 29%, R395 20%, L763 35%

Model Lights:

- R3408 FULL with template, 48 degree elevation angle, 37 degree side angle, 17 ft above the deck, 6 ft stage right of model, 8 ft downstage of model, 15 ft throw
- G720 50%, 43 degree elevation angle, 17 ft above the deck, 12 ft stage right of model, direct sidelight to model, 16 ft throw
- AP8445 29%, 42 degree elevation angle, 48 degree side angle, 17 ft above the deck, 9 ft stage right of model, 8 ft downstage of model, 16 ft throw
- AP2140 33%, 75 degree elevation angle, 17 ft above the deck, 3 ft stage right of model, direct sidelight to model, 11 ft throw
- AP 2140 13%, 14 degree elevation angle direct back light, 10 ft above the deck, centered on model, 16 ft downstage of model, 16 ft throw
- AP4800 61%, 31 degree elevation angle, 29 degree side angle, 17 feet above the deck. 9 ft stage left of model, 16 ft downstage of model, 21 ft throw
- AP6400 21%, 24 degree elevation angle, 37 degree side angle, 15 ft above the deck, 12 ft stage left of model, 16 ft downstage of model, 22 ft throw

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