SQIBB Portraits (Studio Quality Invisible Background)
This was my first time doing a project like this. SQIBB is actually very easy once you get the light positioned where you want, and all the settings correct. To obtain a SQIBB image you have to expose so your background is completely dark, then you use off camera lighting to light the subject. I really like this style of photography for portraits. It creates really interesting shadows.
You can produce beautiful, unique, quality images very quickly by using the SQIBB technique. It works well for product and fine art photography as well.