The key for this photoshoot was to match two different Lights consisting of our strobe matching to the light already underneath the bridge. Since the Light was already very orange, we decided to gel the inside of of a stripbox to make our strobe warmer in Color temperature. This enabled us to pick up with our strobe where the bridge Light left off, creating what appears to be a single light source.
Stay tuned for an episode tomorrow showing the post production that went into creating the final image!
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