November 2018 - Top 9 Instagram Posts

Thank you for all the likes and an extra special thank you to the photographers for creating and sharing these awesome images!

Please follow us on Instagram and be sure to tag @expoimaging along with #RogueFlash, #RogueFlashBender, #RogueGrid, #RogueGels, #RogueXLPro, #SuperSoftSilver, and / or #ExpoDisc to share your photos with us.  Who knows, you might end up in the top 9 next month!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

Image 1:  Jim Schmelzer

 

Find him on Instagram - @JamesSchmelzerWorkshops

3 Light Set Up: (1) Rogue Large Soft Box Kit used on the Main Light. (2) Rogue FlashBender used as the Hair Light. (3) Rogue 3-in-1 Flash Grid on the Background Light.

Image 2:  Frank Doorhof

Find him on Instagram - @FrankDoorhof

Shot with the Rogue FlashBender 2 XL Pro Lighting System.

Image 3:  Jenna Adele Barrett

 

Find her on Instagram - @antheminart

70’s Vibe from Anthem in Art Photography and Rogue Flash Gels.

The main light is a large octabox in front of the model and a speedlight with an orange Rogue Gel off to one side. A Rogue FlashBender was used on the speedlight to direct the orange light and diffuse it along one side.

Jenna Adele Barrett, the photographer, also made the clothes for this shoot!

Image 4:  Robert Harrington

Find him on Instagram - @rharringtonstudios

Image of the lovely Worthy Goodman shot by photographer Robert Harrington. This was shot with the Rogue XL Pro.


Image 5:  Austin Drawhorn

Find him on Instagram - @austindrawhorn and @thedrawhorns

Photographer Austin Drawhorn wanted to emphasize the colors in Ashley’s dress, eyes, and lipstick when composing this photo. He placed a softbox high and nearly centered, with a Rogue FlashBender 2 behind the model to create some background separation – "it’s bent up in this wild position (which works great)".

Image 6:  Robert Harrington

Find him on Instagram - @rharringtonstudios

Robert Harrington used the Rogue FlashBender rolled into a snoot allowing him to place the light exactly where he wanted it to fall on the model. A Rogue Grid was also used to create the lighting effect on the background.

Image 7:  Frank Doorhof

Find him on Instagram - @FrankDoorhof

Image from Frank Doorhof shot at his recent workshop with small flash and Rogue Flash Modifiers.

Image 8:  Erik Valind

Find him on Instagram - @ErikVPhoto

This image was created as part of a Rogue Speedlight Video demonstration from Erik Valaind.  Click HERE to watch Erik Valind as he takes you step-by-step through a 3 light portable set up using speedlights that you can use anywhere.

"Creating a portrait is much like laying out a room or plotting out how to tackle any task, it must be done one step at a time.”  Erik walks you through the steps to position your main, hair, and background light to create a lovely and simple portrait.

Image 9: Rob Lycett

Find him on Instagram - @RobLycettPhoto

Two Light Set Up from Rob Lycett Photography:

1. The Main Light is a small flash modified with the Rogue XL Pro using the Strip Grid attachment.

2. The Hair Light is also a small flash with a Rogue Flash Grid and White Grid Insert with a Just Blue Rogue Grid Gel.

The playful focus is created using a Lensbaby Edge 80

 

 

 




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