Well, I’d like to hear from the experienced ones, what should I do in this kind of situations? Ceiling is full of disgusting shadows I didn’t want to have in my photo… I set flashes pretty high on flashstands, but it didn’t help much ’cause ceiling is pretty low. Let me hear you, I want to get some advice… how to do/what not to do/why to do… thanks in advance pals!
You get closer and lower, in order to be able to place the flashes with more angle.
The more angle the flashes have related to you, the less shadows appear on the roof.
@antton Thanks man, I’ll keep that in mind! But what do you think about eliminating shadows with 1 or 2 extra flashes (which I had) pointing only at the ceiling? Would that help or would it just make the subject less “in the point”.