Miss Fortune is from the popular online game League of Legends.
Beauty and danger: There are few who can match Miss Fortune in either. One of Bilgewater’s most infamous bounty hunters, she built her legend upon a swathe of bullet-riddled corpses and captured ne’er-do-wells. The booming echoes of her twin pistols in the port city’s reeking wharfs and scavenger shanties are sure signs of another warrant from the Bounty Board being settled.
Like most who rise to notoriety in the twisting, salt-encrusted labyrinth of Bilgewater, Miss Fortune has no shortage of blood on her hands. Yet, it was not always this way, for she was once known as Sarah, the beloved daughter of a renowned gun-dame who lived peacefully at her isolated island workshop. Young Sarah helped her mother in the forge, filing wheel locks, calibrating trigger pulls, or casting custom pistol shot. Her mother’s skill in crafting firearms was legendary, and her bespoke handguns were to be found in the collections of many a wealthy noble. But ofttimes, they were desired by those with more meager means and darker hearts.
– Excerpt from gameinfo.na
- Miss Fortune : Rina [Facebook]
- Nj Zhao
- Nikon D800E
- Nikkor 24-70mm
- Godox Ad360
- Cononmark K4T X 2
- Soft Boxes X 2
- Yong Nuo YN-560 IV X 2
- A lot of color gels
- Nerf Super Soaker Scatterblast
THE LIGHTING SETUP
Most parts of the shoot is done with 2 Cononmark K4T as the main and fill lights.
As I have learnt from my previous mistakes, never ever set the main and fill lights to the same power settings… that will result in a misfortune flat looking Miss Fortune.
To add some drama to the scene, the Godox Ad360 is added as a powerful backlight, with the honeycomb and color gel attached.
The YongNuo occasionally came in useful when filling in some dark spaces.