set your lights up high so


set your lights up high so the shadows are thrown down behind the talent, and use reflectors to fill in shadows… (think Rembrant lighting or butterfly lighting).

and also remember the physics of lighting… the further your light is from the subject the less fall off there will be… but the harder the light…(this is how you get rid of hot spots). so you need to back your lights up a bit, and bounce off or shoot through something to make your lightsources seem bigger, and therfore softer.. lasty… cross your lighting…. have two equal powered lights at 45 deg angles (and up high aiming down) from each subject BUT have each light aimed at the subject furthest from the light… this way each light acts as a main light for one of your subjects, and as the fill light on the other subject…

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