This is a simple mult-cam interview using two lights on the left side of the subject, one bouncing off a reflector on the right side of the subject to add more fill light to the right side of the subject's face.
Deanna Dikeman and Robert Nichols dances during a group session in the Studio B dance studio Friday evening November 7, 2014.
This lighting technique required two external strobes with remotes that would set off when a separate camera with a remote would click the shutter. This technique created an additional light source that lit up the subjects against the dark ambient light. Two strobes were located parallel on either sides of the room to create a dramatic effect.
Emily Capps (left) and Lu Ann Gregg (right) sit on a bench at Wabash Station enjoying breakfast from the Ozark Mountain Biscuit Company truck Sunday Morning, October 26, 2014.
This image was created using a single flash aimed at the subject to create an additional light source and to also create a fill light on their faces since they sit with the sun behind them.
This assignment required two selects using an off-camera flash showing a bouncing and direct flash technique.