On Friday I attended a studio shoot with Jody, a model. She specialises in vintage style shoots. Unlike the other togs, that had sessions on that day, I wasn't content with just snapping her in various poses. I took a stand up mirror and envisaged a 'fashion through the ages' concept. On Saturday she came to my studio, in more modern casual clothes, and we created a similar set of images.
I used my lighting setup in both instances:
2 strobes to light the background and create a pure white backdrop. 1 strobe fitted with a 170cm Octa mounted 45 degrees behind the model to give nice soft fill for her clothing, and 1 strobe fitted with a gridded snoot on the opposite side to add fill to her face.
The white background allowed me to (fairly) easily align and composite the images together. There was a fair bit of editing in LR and PS to balance the exposures, align the subjects, tweak some minor differences in pose, etc. etc. You can click trough to see the mega size (74 megapixel) image. I hope you like it:
and here is a 'stand alone' image from the initial shoot: