Using Bogen Monospots

June 26, 2009 by  
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Studio lighting doesn’t have to be complicated to get great results.  This is a simple 1 light set-up using a Bogen MonoSpot aimed directly at her.

Check out the pull-back shot below to see my exact lighting set-up.

I was sitting on the stool in the bottom left of the frame.  I started right next to the light and then rolled around getting different angles.  I liked this one the best.

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