SQIBB stands for studio quality invisible black background. Learning to take studio quality pictures is a valuable skill. Learn the process of taking quality black background portraits and product shots without a studio in this blog post!
These studio quality invisible black background headshots are of Kimberly Dye. SQIBB is short for studio quality black background. Would you guess this photo was taken just in a hallway of a campus building? The process is simple. Using these the right camera settings, you can create studio quality black background portraits in almost any location. I used a speed light, with the settings at 100 ISO, 1/100sec, and f/4. I lightened her eyes and touched up her skin in Adobe Lightroom.
Check out the behind the scenes of this studio quality invisible black background shot! As you can see, this SQIBB shot was taken in a bright school hallway. I used a dark backdrop to help darken the background, although this wasn’t necessary. We used three off camera lights.
Here is a studio quailty invisible black background shot using the light painting technique.
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Check out my next blog post, OSES, meaning ordinary spot, extraordinary shot.