Here’s a video in which photographer Ryan Schude walks through how he went about shooting a photograph titled “The Diner”. The image involved 24 lights, 20 subjects, and 12 hours of shooting. Check out his crazy lighting diagram and the finished photo.
Composite Diner Photograph Shot with 24 Lights and 20 Subjects over 12 Hours
- Published on April 6, 2012 by Michael Zhang
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