Today I had my first flash photography experience (I'm not referring to the pop up flash here, the real deal, I rent a pro studio and I had 4 strobes, 2 of them were lighting my white background and I used the two others with soft boxes to light my subject.
I usually learn stuff really quickly and by myself but now the fact that handling a flash light is less concrete than continuous lighting, it made it a bit harder to foresee the results...
Many of my images had mistakes, but nothing that photoshop can't handle... I did not get shadows on my background.. but sometimes the light on my model made shadows (when she had her arms in the air and stuff)
Here's a sample.. (I'm planning to upload some more interesting shots where I did more serious mistakes so I can ask what I did wrong, and what I should do.. but I only got this one for now.)
I did some very very minor photoshop: the shot was slightly over exposed, a boosted the contrasts and colors a tiny bit and made very very minor corrections on her skin (all in about 90 sec in photoshop maximum, so it's almost like the original shot)
Also yes, I know the frame is not that good, its just a random shot.. I need more help on lighting than on framing.. as I can see all my mistakes in that field...
Thanks for your feedback.