Landrover_by_zack_arias

There are some pieces of gear that get me all hot and bothered when I start talking about them. Things like my Fuji x100s or my Really Right Stuff pano head or this new 34″ 21:9 LG monitor I’m staring at right now. Cool gear. Fun gear. Things I pace the floor while waiting for them to show up from UPS or FedEx. Then there are the utility pieces of gear that get thrown around, walked on, left in a parking lot overnight, and pretty much abused, yet they are indispensable to me as a photographer.

I think the #1 item that falls into this realm is my 40×60″ 5-in-1 reflector. This thing has been around the block more times than I can count and I find more and more uses for it all the time and yet, I never get excited about it. I have literally left it in a parking lot overnight. I put it on the roof of my car as I was packing up from a job and just drove off. I checked to make sure my camera bag was in the car no fewer than five times but my 5-in-1? Pffffftttt. Whatever.

It ends up as a background a lot of the time as seen in this recent behind the scenes photo shoot. Sometimes it’s there to diffuse a lightsource. Sometimes, as seen above, it’s pulling double duty as a background and a diffuser. The image above was shot while working on location for Land Rover. Let me break down that job and illustrate one specific use of this 5-in-1:

I was hired by Land Rover to photograph a series of portraits of previous Camel Trophy participants. A large number of Camel Trophy alumni were going to be at the Overland Expo outside of Flagstaff, Arizona where they would be teaching off road driving techniques for Land Rover on a special course that they built at Mormon Lake. I would have to make these portraits whenever I could grab one of the subjects during the two days that I’d be there. I’d get five minutes here, two minutes there, ten minutes here, etc. Shooting conditions were less than optimal. We were at 7,100 feet in elevation, had the sun beating down all day, and the wind would kick up and make a mess of things. Sun. Wind. Dust. Heat. High elevation. The shooting conditions sucked and I had to shoot a consistent series of portraits through all of this. Suck it up and make it happen right? Right. That’s the job of a photographer.

The initial series of portraits I envisioned looked something like this:

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Camera :: Phase One IQ140 back on a Phase One DF camera.
Lens :: 80mm Schneider leaf shutter lens.
Light :: Elinchrom Quadra  at full power with a Cheetah Stand 24″ Q-Box fired by a Wein infrared trigger.
Exposure :: ISO 50 @ f8 @ 500th to 1000th of a second.
Light Stand :: Chris Eversole

The resulting portraits were fine but I wasn’t over the moon happy with them. They were not saying what I was seeing. These are rugged and bold and kind and amazing and adventurous people. I wanted a more intimate portrait of them. I had researched all of the drivers and I wanted to capture that rugged sense of adventure that drove them to compete in Camel Trophy to begin with. I also had to do this in the middle of the day in bad light with far less oxygen than I’m used to having.

Take Daphne Greene for instance. Daphne was the first female competitor to make the US Camel Trophy team. She’s been around the world and has done so much with her life and she has the kindest eyes you’ve ever seen. She loves what she does. She loves sharing it with other people. This photo of her doesn’t quite communicate that…

Meh.

Meh.

Meh.

Doesn’t completely suck. Isn’t making me happy, though. Client was happy. Everyone was happy. I was not. Photographing Daphne in action is better than the portrait.

 

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Why was I writing this post again? Oh yeah. That forgettable 5-in-1. I continued to photograph each of the drivers in an editorial fashion but decided what I really wanted was a simple background, get in close, and create something more personal. In comes the 5-in-1. I placed each person so the sun would be at their back and then Chris held the 5-in-1 against their back and would keep it positioned in such a way that it shaded each subject from the sun when it was directly overhead.

The resulting portraits looked like this:

Daphne Greene Land Rover By Zack Arias

That… IMHO… is better. Yeah, yeah, yeah… Avedon in the American West. As my grandfather would say, “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.”  I was happy now. My client was really happy. Everyone was happy.

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(There was a lot of sitting around and waiting on this job. Chris Eversole, pictured above, is one of the finest assistants I’ve ever worked with. The guy is a deep well. The 5-in-1 can also be folded and used as a smaller fill / bounce if needed.)

You may be asking, “Why is it called a 5-in-1?” Good question. It does at least five things. First, it can act like the front of a softbox and diffuse a light source (see below). You can then slip the black / reflective white reversible cover on and it can be a quick black background or that can be used as a solid to completely shade someone, or something, from a light source. The white side of that cover is more reflective than just using the white diffusion material and that makes for a more efficient fill / bounce. Then there is the gold and silver cover that slips and zips on for a big bright specular fill in a neutral silver or a warm gold. You’ll find some of these 5-in-1 kits that also include a chromakey green and blue cover as well. That’s 7-in-1 if you’re counting.

You have light coming through a window you need to diffuse? Pop the diffuser in the window, or clamp it to a light stand, and place it between the light source and the subject. Want to completely kill the light coming in from a window? Slip and zip the black cover on and put it up against that window. Need to lay down on some dirt or damp grass? Lay on the black cover and wipe it off when you’re done. Need a pop of light in your subject’s eyes on a cloudy day? Try the silver or gold reflector to get the job done. Need to make a small softbox look like a larger softbox? Put your softbox on a stand and then place the diffuser between the softbox and the subject. You’ll get a beautiful double diffused light that is larger on your subject than just the small box you started with. Here’s Caleb sporting the 5-in-1 gear.

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Next topic :: Notice how much I had to deal with squinting subjects because it was so bright, windy, and dusty?

 

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It sucked asking everyone to take their sunglasses off in such bad conditions. I was not going to take portraits with people wearing sunglasses. You connect with the eyes of a subject and that is lost with sunglasses and you would also see yours truly in all of the photos.

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I dealt with the squinting eyes in a few different ways. The first way was to have my subject close their eyes and then open and close them very quickly and I would capture them in that split second when their eyes were open. The second thing I did that was sometimes helpful was taking the black cover of the 5-in-1 and having someone hold it behind my head. Sometimes giving your subject something dark to focus on helps with the squinting issue. The next option was cracking jokes and getting them to smile and laugh. Eyes will naturally squint when someone is smiling which looks better than the usual “I-smell-something-horrible” squint that bad light tends to do to people. Lastly, I said to hell with it and shot the squint when it looked good on them. It helped bring out that rugged look I was wanting in the first place. Squinch like Peter Hurley! I know someone is going to ask… but what if I was photographing executive portraits or high school seniors? Well — that’s where you’d want a tent / canopy. If I were to do this job over I would have shipped a 10 x 10 canopy to the location and set up shop inside of that. Or — you find shade. There was zero shade to be found where I was. Zero. No shade in the middle of a dry lake bed.

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I loved working on this job so much. Why? Because Land Rover. See that picture above? I got to do THAT kind of stuff, too. It’s incredible what Land Rovers can do.

So. The 5-in-1 reflector. At $99 it’s sort of a no brainer to own one. You’ll find it to be a 12-in-1 accessory as you use it more and more. Any questions? Hit me up in the comments below.

Cheers,
Zack

Zack Arias

A full time commercial and editorial photographer, Zack shoots everything from bands to CEOs to ad campaigns. A gifted teacher and communicator, he has an uncanny ability to meet and connect with all types of people.

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58 Comments

  1. Raphael

    Great post. My question is how do you avoid getting shadows under the eyes – is it because you are stopping the light from the top?

    • Zack

      The larger reflectors like this allow you to position it over the subject to diffuse the light coming from straight down. Since we were in the middle of a dry lake bed there was light bouncing in from all over the place so hard light coming from directly overhead was no longer an issue because it was diffused from the top and filled in from everywhere else. It’s similar to shooting in open shade with your subject facing out to the light. I will note that this is a little more difficult to pull off without an assistant. How I’d tackle it without the assistant is to use a reflector holder or small boom on top of a light stand and have my subject physically back into the diffuser panel until they are just standing in the shade it is creating. If you imagine a side view of this set up, the diffuser panel would be at an angle and not hanging straight up and down. If it is clean and filled with sunlight you won’t see the material at all. Make sense?

      Cheers,
      Zack

  2. Frank Grygier

    Great work Zack! When are you going to do the “One Reflector Tour”? 🙂

    • Zack

      Booking venues now! 😛

      Cheers,
      Zack

  3. Trevor

    Zack, I loved these images the first time I saw them, and I still love both sets now. I use a five in one but not as much as I should. I keep making things more difficult than they need to be with set ups. I need to strip the set up down to a few essentials and a five in one should be one of the main components.

    Thanks for bringing some clarity to an over foggy mind. A mind made foggy by too many website that keep complicating lighting. Simple is classic and pure.

    • Zack

      I saw a shot yesterday with the lighting illustration that had something like eight lights on the set. It was a cool shot. There are times for crazy ass lighting set ups but I couldn’t help but feel that the shot was more about the light and less about the subject. I’ve been guilty of setting up too much stuff just to prove to myself that I can. I would then look at the shot and be proud of my light… and not proud of the photograph. To each their own but I have found as I simplify my process I’m a happier person and a happier photographer.

      Cheers,
      Zack

      • Helmut

        that make sense … one of the best notes I ever read. This relates to something of 88% of all portrait-beauty-fashion picts, or is it 78,5% ??? – Cool, Zack! 😉

  4. Joonas

    I’ll second Zack’s point about using the 5-in-1 to re-diffuse light. As a full-time student I don’t have enough disposable income to justify buying a huge softbox, but by placing the diffuser between my inexpensive shoot-through umbrella and my subject I can achieve a VERY soft light. Not as good as a softbox, obviously, in terms of controlling the light, but still pretty amazing.

  5. Tim McBroome

    Nice write up, I agree the large 5-1 is a great way to deal with midday sun. It actually makes it fun for me to shoot at that time of day.

    Recently I was shooting a model under a small bridge, I really liked the light under there but it was not really lighting her up like I wanted. I had her move to the edge of the shadow so that she was in partial shade and then diffused the light with the 5-1. My light in the end was wonderfully soft yet still had had a sense of direction to it.

    https://rivetingimagery.files.wordpress.com/2014/08/sarah-stroud-8100096_edit.jpg

    • Zack

      That is beautiful light Tim. Well done.

      Cheers,
      Zack

  6. John Wangelin

    Nice post. It’s always good to be reminded of the power of the tools we forgot we had. I really love all of the shots from this session.

  7. just sayin

    I LOVE 5-in-1 reflectors. I have a 32″ round one and a pair of 40x60s like Zack shows here. I think it’s worth pointing out though that $99 is kind of a crazy price. A quick amazon search brings up about a dozen different 40×60 5-in-1’s that are all around $30 and they’re virtually identical to the $99 Promaster.

    A funny story… I had a Promaster and lost it during a wedding. So to replace it I bought a $30 one from either ePhoto or Cowboy Studio and literally they day it arrived in the mail I got a call from the venue saying they had my reflector… So now I have 2, a Promaster and a generic and I really can’t tell the difference between them other than the Promaster zippers open a little smoother… or maybe it’s the generic that opens a little smoother… idk, I can’t remember because they’re the same damn thing!

    • Zack

      I’m all for trying cheap stuff from amazon and ebay but I have found that I typically end up regretting the purchase of the lowest price item. I’m not saying buy the best and always buy the best. Hell, I just bought a 10×12 muslin background off ebay for $29. I don’t think it’s going to “break” any time soon and the pattern is such that I’m going to have spend some time repainting part of… but… it was $29!

      I’d rather buy a higher quality reflector and buy it from a place that will stand behind it if it breaks. I’ve bought cheap, cheap, cheap stuff like softboxes and speedrings and things like that and they always break sooner than had I just bought a good one in the first place. Know what I mean?

      I can’t testify to the $30 reflectors. They may be awesome. They may suck. I do know that if I buy from a place like Midwest or B&H or the like then they’ll stand behind the products they sell.

      Cheers,
      Zack

  8. Ian

    Can you talk more about this “boom stand” thing? I use a little round reflector a lot, and obviously do not have the right stand to hold it (I can get it vertical just fine clamping it to a light stand, but angles? Not a chance).

    • Zack

      Hi Ian. I have this arm that attaches to a standard light stand…

      http://mpex.com/illuminator-reflector-arm.html

      There are a few different kinds of reflector arms / holders. Here’s a video on the Fotodiox model…

      You can see in that video how an arm / boom can let you position the reflector / diffuser at just about any angle you need.

      Cheers,
      Zack

      • Ian

        Zack, thanks again for taking the time to do this blog and answer all these questions. It is incredibly helpful!!!

  9. Brady

    I will be getting my reflector on this evening. Might have to try some of these hacks. Never thought about the shoot-through trick, easier than dealing with a softbox. Hmm…

  10. Dave

    Hey Zack another tip for squinty eyes is to have the subject close their eyes and look at the sun for about 10 secs (with eyes closed, looking through lids, that make sense?) then open their eyes and look at you/camera.

    • Zack

      Thanks for the tip Dave. I’m going to try that.

      Cheers,
      Zack

  11. Josh

    Great post. Would I be able to get the same white background look outdoors with the white side of a 2 sided white / silver reflector, or does it need to be the translucent kind where the sun shines through a little bit?

    • Zack

      It really helps to use a translucent material as the ambient light will help it pop nice and clean.

      Give it a try though. You may like the look all the same. I don’t think it will be night and day but if I had my choice I’d use a diffuser over a solid white.

      Cheers,
      Zack

  12. Dade Freeman

    A totally under utilised bit of kit, yet very powerful if you work it 🙂

  13. Andi

    Hi Zack

    I asked this question in the “Shooting Rabbit”-post: is this the reflector you’ve used as background for Rabbit’s portrait?

    Thanks,

    Andi

    • Andi

      Sorry, Zack – just found the answer in the text…

      Cheers,

      Andi

  14. Gabe Sturdevant

    Having worked as an assistant and using one of these, will there be a post on how to fold the darn things up?

  15. Stephan Zobeley

    Hey Zack,
    great article, as always…
    just wondering if this LG-monitor would work with an older MAC Pro, that doesn’t have thunderbolt or HDMI ?
    cheers from NZ
    Stephan

  16. Thomas

    Hi Zack

    Great write-up! I have a question, when do you choose your Phase over the Fuji? I mean was is the reason for using your Phase on this job, and not your fuji’s ?

    Cheers

    Thomas

  17. Scott Wade

    So rich Zack! I hope people understand how much info is stuffed into this post… SO SO SO GOOD! Thank you for leading so well!

  18. Will Guthrie

    At first read of this I thought “what’s wrong with these portraits: they look amazing to me?’, but reading further and then realising what you wanted to achieve, as well as the final results, well, man, I gotta say, just awesome. No wonder you and the client were happy because they do indeed capture the rugged spirit of each sitter without question for me. In fact, the penny just dropped for me and here’s why. The best compliment I can offer you in my own humble, quiet, British backwater kinda way is to say that there is more than a touch of Avedon’s ‘In the American West’ about these images and I only know that because when you, McNally, Hobby, Heisler etc tell us to study the work of the ‘masters’ and realise on whose shoulders we, as photographers and devotees of the craft, stand on, I listen. Make an entire career by shooting the ‘white seamless look’ – I can certainly see the wisdom in that statement now after you mentioned it a while ago: simple, clean and effective.Thanks to the tireless and generous work you continue to do with your blog and this site, my creative horizons are always being broadened and for that I, and many countless others I’m sure, am eternally grateful. Gear for the mind (as well as gear for the budget conscious photographer). Priceless. Gawd bless yer Guvnor! 😉

    • Zack

      Thanks Will. Glad to be of service!

      Cheers,
      Zack

    • Zack

      Nice!

      Cheers,
      Zack

    • Daryl

      VERY nice!

  19. Senthil

    Zack,

    Very practical post. Though many know the generic use of this reflector, you have listed many different ways of using this to achieve the result.

    I use this for one another purpose also. Without taking anything out (with the black cover on), I ask someone to hold it slightly above me when I shoot in midday conditions. It helps me see the LCD better and help kill stray lights entering the lens. And it gives me a nice shade also 🙂

    The most important point is buried somewhere in this post. “They were not saying what I was seeing”. Funny, you get that feeling even after shooting for so many years.

    yes, I am still around 🙂

  20. Oscar Spearman

    GREAT post Zack! As always, it’s great learning from you! Thanks for sharing. I have a 5-in-1, want to use it more. I shoot headshots here in #ATL most of the time in open shade. I like the point about having the black material behind you to help the subject squint less. Good stuff!

  21. Ian Mitchell

    *s l o w h a n d c l a p*

    Bloody marvellous.

  22. Daryl

    Great portraits, Zack! Thanks for sharing both the techniques and the thought processes behind them.

  23. Fury Gray

    Simplicity. Versatility. I too love the 5 in 1.

  24. sylvain gougeon

    Thancks for your great demo,specialy for :the many uses…part1-2.

  25. Deirdre

    Hi Zack!
    I have just one question.
    How do you power your lights when on location like this? Did you bring a Honda generator? I have Dynalites from the 1970’s and they still work beautifully, and I have 4 heads and 2 power supplies. I don’t always use all of this, but I bring them as a just in case.
    Thanks!

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