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This is a light setup I usually show on workshops
Warm light is emitted from a pilot lamp through a tilted softbox on right-hand side. Cold light is a flash (daylight temperature) pointed towards camera from behind the white backdrop. The backdrop gets lit with blue around the center of a bright spot comparing to the main light on the model. The model has a cool halo. So colors are supposed to be "moved" closer to a complementary harmony of muted orange and saturated cyan. And some retouch as always.
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