Again, breaking some rules…like roll out a seamless.
NO SEAMLESS HERE.
Not that Studio 304 doesn’t have that to offer. I just wanted to shoot photo-j-ey fashion. Yes, correct, I just made up a new genre of photography. Standby for accompanying textbook…..It’s about to get real.
Thanks to everyone for tuning into this series. It was great to kind of stretch what I normally shoot and see what I can bring back to the table for my clients.
Another in the series of images of @holly_mj… with makeup by Geeta Singh… I know on-camera-flash is really a rookie thing to use but I wanted to play with a Norman head and see what there was to be had…
Popped the flash right under then lens and positioned Holly right against a wall to get a kinda drop-shadowey look to it all. I really like how this shot ended up and I like even more that I was breaking a photography rule to make it happen. Rules are there to know…but as soon as you know them they’re free game for target practice.
Another in the series of images of @holly_mj… with makeup by Geeta Singh… This is one lighting setup that I was REALLY wanting to try but don’t have the gear for. Luckily enough at Studio 304 it was no problem. Basically took to giant V-Flats (read as two 9’x4′ pieces of foamcare that are taped together to make a V) and placed them on either side of me at camera, stepped back a little with a longer lens and BAM. We create the image below.