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Monday, 28 November 2011

Model shoot


The following photographs were for a job for a local clothing boutique that needed some basic shots of their latest clothing range to be used on their website and promotional material. The shots were taken on location at the shop. I used a ‘pop-up’ background and a 2 lights (Flashguns using remote triggers on manual) for the majority of shots (except where detailed). One light was camera left with umbrella and the other camera right without diffusion. I wanted to create quite hard looking light to keep the clothing crisp and defined, while the diffused light was to create some fill to balance and light the subject full length.


 
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In the next few shots I went down to just a one light setup to create some more dramatic effects and contrast on the model

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Portrait Photography

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This final shot was taken during a short break in the shoot and it was done with just natural light coming through the window. The blinds added a nice shadow effect on the wall behind.

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