Xenia dropped by the studio two days ago; normally she’s more into more natural shoots with natural lighting, home backdrops etc, but this time we used the studio.
I used one of my favorite light modifiers, which is a gobo spot, without any silhouette in the spot, so it’s just a round spot. The lens was a Sigma 85/1.4, camera a Canon 6D. For the technically interested, ISO 100, f/2.0 at 1/1600s. The flashes normally don’t do HSS (high-speed sync) but I’m using Yongnuo YN-622C remote triggers. The flash itself is an old Linkstar LF-250 at low power.