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5 Elegant Model Photography Setups – Tutorial

5 Elegant Model Photography Setups – Tutorial

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  1. @devonmale69 Who cares. This video offers a lot of good tips and has
    incredibly detailed instructions. Does it really matter that the video W/B
    was off?

  2. Hi i was wondering what you would suggest for portable power? everyone has
    told me to get the vagabond or the explorer xt se but was wondering what
    your opinion was

  3. @fullofdogshift it really doesn’t matter what shutter speed is used , it
    does not effect the exposure when using flash. too low of a speed can
    contribute to exposing to available light, and too hight of a speed will
    not allow the flash to sync. so generally anywhere from 100 to 250 is ok

  4. Hi Nick, thanks for your great tutorial! I have a couple of questions for
    you: 1) would you suggest to buy first of all an umbrella or a softbox to
    be used with a portable flashes array? Many thanks in advance for your kind
    reply! Dave.

  5. tough question. I would think umbrella is a better way to start. Much
    cheaper too. Get the ones that can be used as white bounce and translucent
    in one.

  6. i love everything except the make-up and the photoshop, if her skin tone
    was warmer the photos would look so bland, and the photo shop could have
    been much better. but i love the techniqes

  7. But with location work I feel more at ease, I think also because I enjoy it
    more so than studio :). have you any key tips for lighting in the studio ?
    🙂

  8. Thanks for the tutorial. I was at a toss up on how gold reflectors and
    silver are different, this showed me. Love that warm tone from them. I
    noticed some umbrellas recently that had spilt gold and silver panels, and
    thought they were a great idea, Thanks for paying forward! Best success!

  9. This is a great intro tutorial into portraiture without covering all the basics again. Nice continuity, great content, beautiful model. Stars all around. Thank you!

  10. Wow! I have been watching a lot of photography videos on youtube and this is the highest quality photos that I have seen. What’s most impressive is the fact that you are not using a Canon 5d mark III or a NikonD4. Maybe there is hope for my little cheap, amateur, Canon t4i. Thanks for showing me that it is skill and lighting that makes a pro photographer not just a $5000.00 camera. 5 Stars to you.

  11. How could you shoot at 80 speed free hand, anything under 125 for me is shaky! I guess your lens has a very good IS? What would be a „standard“ model shoot for indoor speed/f stop 125/5.6?

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  13. This is a great intro tutorial into portraiture without covering all the basics again. Nice continuity, great content, beautiful model. Stars all around. Thank you!

  14. Thank you for one of the most SIMPLEST tutorials out there….
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    I made this a permanent link on my page.

  15. Thanks for the tutorial. I was at a toss up on how gold reflectors and silver are different, this showed me. Love that warm tone from them. I noticed some umbrellas recently that had spilt gold and silver panels, and thought they were a great idea, Thanks for paying forward! Best success!

  16. Hey Nick, loved the simplicity and ease in your video without a sense of hurry… very laid back approach to teaching and working. Also… thank you for taking the time to clearly post the settings on your camera. This is often overlooked in many videos, or it’s said so quickly that it’s hard to get what’s being done. If you could add the flash settings to the list, that would be fabulous, along with a short ‚why‘ description. Nice work! -Clint

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  18. kimara kimara! we get that she’s beautiful, u don’t have 2 say it a million times! and selfish much? kimara only talks at the very end and she sas „goodbye“????

  19. Okay, It was 2011 when you uploaded this video and correct me if I am wrong, but I do believe there was 1080P video available? I like nothing better then the fuzzy 480P you used, it seems so old school in the HD world in which we live in.

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  21. He’s got a great voice and a good look to him along with a nice video edit. With a little on-screen training and better script structure (or description) and I think this guy will be a hit.

  22. everybody is appreciating the lessons displayed and the beautiful model but someone just sees the non- HD ness of the vid. Are some people…!?‘

  23. For anyone thinking that the 50mm 1.2L used here would be a good portrait lens for you, it is not! Its abit too wide and will distort your subject’s features (Its not so easy to see when the model looks so damned pretty as here but when you have to shoot normal people then you need a lens that does not distort). Also there is no need for the expense of getting a f1.2 lens if you are going to be shooting at your typical studio aperture of f5.6 to f11. You are better off getting a 70-200L f4.

  24. pokenon- well f1.2 (or in my case a cheaper Voigtlander f1.4) is good for portrait work in my view as you can see precisely where the plane of focus is and it allows much more control of bokeh. Sure you might typically use smaller aperture in a studio set up but wide aperture primes have their uses and their own style (its all I shoot by the way, the zooms usually stay in the case)

  25. Agreed that wide apertures have their uses (I use my sigma f1.4 with speedlites set on very low power) but my response was to his studio setup. Also my comment on the focal length still stands. Also I doubt you can actually „see precisely where the plane of focus is“ unless you have bought a replacement focusing screen (if you have a canon) then you will not really see the real out of focus effect when composing.

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  27. The 85mm is a good focal length for portraits and its a lens that I use personally but you should consider the environment where you will use it as the fixed nature of the lens means that you will need a larger space/studio so that you can move backwards to take anything more than a head/shoulder shot. This is the reason for the 70-200mm lens as it gives abit more flexibility either side of 85mm. Hope that helps.

  28. The 85mm is a good focal length for portraits and its a lens that I use personally but you should consider the environment where you will use it as the fixed nature of the lens means that you will need a larger space/studio so that you can move backwards to take anything more than a head/shoulder shot. This is the reason for the 70-200mm lens as it gives abit more flexibility either side of 85mm. Hope that helps.

  29. Adrian? If YOU feel he’s absent of skills…do something productive about
    it! Support YOUR claim! Otherwise, view a different video…there are many
    to choose from. BTW: Where can I purchase YOUR book on studio photography?

  30. Everybody need to shut up about the 50 mm being the wrong lens for head
    shots. Last i checked there is no right or wrong when it comes to
    photography. You people who have have all these photography rules will
    never create any classic unique images because you always shoot what
    everyone else says you should shoot.

  31. There seems to be a lot of light in there but I imagine you’re using flash
    for control reasons. I think you flattered the model enough to convince her
    to go out with you that night.

  32. I really liked this video. There is a girl i met the other day while out
    with my family that has those same features as your model. I cannot wait
    to work with her. I loved the high key shots, but my favorite were the
    last shots by the window. I am dying to try shots like these as well. Im
    still new to photography but am enjoying every minute of it.

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