See the final photos on my Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/juliatrotti/
All the final photos are edited with my Amalfi Lightroom Preset: https://www.digitalfilmactions.com/lightroom-presets/#/new-amalfi-lightroom-preset/
Model: Kristina Srzich
I hope you all enjoyed this behind the scenes video! I wanted to film and share this with you to show that a super simple, quick photoshoot can achieve some beautiful results! If you have any questions, please let me know in the comments.
Closer by Emma Jensen
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VLOG CAMERA SETUP //
Sony a7s + Sigma 24mm f1.4
PHOTOGRAPHY CAMERA SETUP //
Sigma 24mm f1.4
Canon 35mm f1.4
Canon 50mm f1.2
Canon 85mm f1.2
Canon 135mm f2
Thank you so much for watching! xx
One of the best video about portrait photography I've ever seen. The model is stunning and it would be a dream to work with someone knows how to pose like her. Love your edit btw really like the warm tones!
I watched your video awhile back and it changed my style and made me more relaxed and made my subjects more relaxed. So much more fun to have them actively revealing themselves to the camera and just shooting verses hard unauthentic posing!
This popped up on my feed. I have a photography question for anyone else who perhaps is just seeing this and knows more, I love lifestyle photography, but her ISO is 100, shutter speed 2000-4000 (for the first few) and depth of field 3.2 or lower (sorry i can’t look while writing a comment)
So in theory the lighting should be INCREDIBLY dark yes for having the ISO so low and shutter speed so fast? Right?
Ps I just started shooting with a Canon 6D and 50 mm
4:39 I wouldn't use a lens that wide so close to the person. The model is slim enough to help you with the face distorsion, but with an 85mm she would have looked more stunning. Cool idea for a shoot and amazing chemistry between you two. Keep it up.
I love this video! Thank you very much for sharing this beautiful creation.
Your videographer did an amazing job as well, cudos! (The previous behind-the-scenes photoshoots I watched had mediocre video quality.)
It's fascinating to see how a DSLR captures images so great, oftentimes much better than the eye perceives them.
How is this possible? I really need to know this "secret" about photography. Could you show us one before photo? Do you believe these stunning results come only after editing? I'm so struggling to figure it all out!!
Finally, did you use Photoshop at all? If so, which improvements did you make?
Thanks for reading! 😀
I think it's significant that your model must be good-looking so even the kinda bad photos turn out good. For example I once tried self-portrait with the timer on my Nikon and despite good lighiting was so horrified at my my shrek-looking facial expressions i thought i'd throw the camera away
It's very easy to shoot a beautiful girl that has done this before. Can you please do this same shoot with a girl that it's not so beautiful and that hasn't done it before because that's more real and a situation that you have to face every day. Beautiful shots are great but every day people are far more interesting to me. Thanks so much for posting this.
Hey Julia! What mode were you using, and also which metering mode? Where you using AI-Servo or single shot because I saw that you took some still and continuous shots. Also, sorry for a lot of questions, but did you use focus and recompose, or did you select the focus point in the camera, and which method is better? Thank you so much! I just want to be prepared when I do my first portrait shoot!
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