I have been Beatle mania since I was 14, and read widely anything about the Fab Four. They left so many episodes about their album covers. For example, their 2nd album, “With The Beatles”. You will find episodes like “B&W photo for an album cover was revolutionary in early 1960”, “the photographer was Robert Freeman”, “he used only window light” and so on. Anyway, for some reason the half lit faces of the Fab Four left an impression on my mind.
Now I know that the lighting technique of the half lit and half shadow is called split lighting. I like the dramatic lighting maybe because of the Beatles album. I tried to use the lighting technique for Fredau Hoekstra at the model photo session at Studio35. However, she was so classy and split lighting looked too dramatic for her. So the key light was moved to higher than split lighting and it became close to Rembrandt lighting. I think I could achieve bewitching but still classy Fredau.
- Model – Fredau Hoekstra (www.fredauhoekstra.co.uk)
- Hair & Makeup – Mallory McGowan (www.mallorymcgowan.com)
- Wardrobe – Maria Serpico
- Location –Studio 35 Photography
- Fredau Hoekstra – Photo session at Studio 35 (1)
- Fredau Hoekstra – Photo session at Studio 35 (2)
- Fredau, Poetry and Dancing. by jmeyersforeman photography