Posted 06 November 2019 - 10:34 AM
My first thought is to place two unfiltered umbrellas (one speedlight each) at full power pointed at the ceiling angled to bounce toward the subject. I'm thinking your not going to try to shoot the entire room in one shot? Like half a living room for example. I'm thinking that your not going to be able to gang the speedlights for a large vaulted room, you will get shadows if the light is just located in one spot. I have the PB lights, and I would have one or two bare bulb setups to flood the room to blend the lights between the normal living room lamps and the strobe. I guess it depends on how large the room is. In a bedroom, even with vaulted ceilings, it would not be to hard, as a large living room, you have better bounce in a smaller space. It's hard to advise without looking at the room. I don't think you will be able to gang the lights, but will need to place them around. Are you going to shoot at night or day time? How well does daylight, light the room? That sort of stuff.
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