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Owen Lloyd
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Old Hollywood Glamour using the classic recipe of hard light, strong hair lights and a spot on the background.

Model: Lynn Foster
Assistant: Joe Foster
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A wider shot of the old lighthouse on Ynys Llanddwyn.
#landscape #beach #coast #lighthouse #stormclouds #ynysllanddwyn #ynysmon #cymru #wales #light
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Rock and Roll
The sea rolls in and out. The rock doesn't :) 1 second with a Lee 6 stop ND.

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The larger pebbles on this beach create some great lines in the surf.
#landscape #ynysllanddwyn #wales # cymru #coast #beach #surf #waves #lines #sea #ocean #ynysmon
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The Old Lighthouse
On Ynys Llanddwyn. "Island of the church of St. Dwynwen" (patron saint of lovers). It actually has a little light on it after dark..
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Rocks on the north side of Ynys Llanddwyn
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Over on my blog today - the second film noir shoot - using the LightBlaster for some volumetric light shafts.

http://owenlloydphotography.com/?p=4023
Project Noir part II
Project Noir part II
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I love this classic movie star look, perfected back in the day by George Hurrell and still shot today by Studio Harcourt in Paris.

All hard lights, flagged with barn doors and black foam core, this look requires very targeted lighting.

One of the advantages of shooting mono is that you can pretty much mix in any light source, and here we're using 3 tungsten hotlights for the key and the two kicker lights at the back. The fill light is provided by a Viltrox 116t LED panel aimed down into a white foam core board down below. The backdrop is projected using a YN565 speedlight inside the Spiffy Gear LightBlaster with a Rosco size E metal gobo inside it.
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Welcome to the Future, Mr Calvert.

Metal flakes mixed with baby oil, with dry flakes applied on the lips and around eyes.

Model: Deana Hendry
Assistant: John Gannon
Makeup mixed by me, applied mostly by Deana. I did the eyes, mouth and fidly bits round the ears :)
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The same view from our hotel room on the 36th floor of the Shard - around 6:50am
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