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
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!
Thank you! This was the first of your videos that I got to see, I went through a lot of them already in the meantime and discovered that you're not using bbf :D I'm glad I found your page! it's so hard to find nice YouTube channels when it comes to good Photography! :)
I don't know how you managed to get so much focus at f/1.4. My f/1.8 lens gives such a small area of focus let alone at the shutter speed you were using and how far away from her you were. I can't seem to get clear shots at 1.8. I might get the focus locked on the eye but other than that the pictures are pretty out of focus. :(
I am too shy in front of cameras every time because I rather take pictures than being the model. I am tall, I have the model type body but I'm just being shy. Lol
But seeing this model just having fun, like "Ohhh I don't care about the world, I'll just pose and you capture every moment or every move I'll make ^0^" Uggghhhhh I feel like I wanna be in front of someone's camera and a place like that right now. 😍
Well, maybe one day. Haha~
Jesus Christ she is truly beautiful! Her smile, her face, her movements – everything was so naturally wonderful and free! Love her dress, the location, and the editing. The only thing I will say is I don’t like how much the model touched her hair. I watch ANTM and the models, especially the ones with short hair, never touch their hair! Anyway, love this so much ♥️
Lovely video! Do you use the free version of Lightroom or an upgrade? I was wondering if it’s worth getting a paid version. Also, are there any other programs you use for editing? If so, what do you recommend?
I am not sure if you have discussed this before, but what type of focus do you use? I love back button to get exactly what I want in focus, but it is definitely not quick for fast paced movement like this.
All of these photos are stunning!!! Christina is beautiful and you’re and amazing photographer! It would be cool to have a Q and A with Christina, to get a models perspective?? I really like your photos!!
Julia!! I cant believe I've only come across your youtube now! Omg I've been such a fan of your work for years! This video is awesome! Really makes me want to get back into fashion portraits! Please let me know If you are ever in Melbourne shooting I would love to assist or even just watch and learn! x
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