New Picture PLUS Lighting ~ UNSTOPPABLE: Halifax Rugby League

Written by: Glyn Dewis

Published: June 27, 2013

Category: General

Hi Folks,

Just a quick post today to share a new picture and a look at the lighting set up.

Now this particular picture is one from time spent in Halifax, UK this past weekend with my Buddy Kieron Nevison shooting 2 members of the Halifax Rugby League Team: Lee Paterson and Rob Worrincy.

“UNSTOPPABLE”

I’ll share more details about the shoot in a future post once I’ve sorted through the video footage this next few days but for now, here’s a freeze frame that shows the lighting set up.

We ended up using 3 lights; made so much easier on location as I’m now using PRIOLITE heads which means no need for wires, and you’ll notice that they all appear to be covered up in the shot. The reason for this was that the weather was being incredibly unpredictable; one minute sun, then rain, then high winds and then more rain so we ended up taking our jackets off and draping them over the heads to shield them.

Anyway, here’s a B.T.S. (Behind the Scenes) image showing everything in situ…

So, in a few days I’ll have sorted out the Behind the Scenes video and will be sure to share that and a couple more pictures from the shoot here as well.

Ok that’s all from me for today so as always if you have any questions/comments then please feel free to make use of the comment section below.

In the mean time have a great day and I’ll catch you back here tomorrow.
Enjoy,
Glyn

•For a larger / better screen quality version of “UNSTOPPABLE” visit my 500px portfolio page here [Link]

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2 Comments

  1. DaveT

    Great to see the BTS shot. Those Prolite setups look incredibly useful to set up just about anywhere.

    Loking forward to the rest of the story.

    Dave

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