how is this lighting achieved?

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  1. bridget7777

    bridget7777 TPF Noob!

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    Is this one light source with the model in front of a white backdrop? Are there any lights shining on the backdrop from what you can tell? How much wattage would a softbox need to get lighting like this? thanks so much!! :)
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    If it isn't your photo you should just post a link, and it looks like a large single light source like a softbox to reduce the shadow. :D
     
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    Oops, ok. Great, thank you!
     
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    Could be an umbrella, too. It wouldn't take much wattage, a small hot shoe flash in an umbrella can do this.
     

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