The Editorial Apprentices - Shooting Editorial Part 5 The Business Woman | The Photographer Academy

The Editorial Apprentices - Shooting Editorial Part 5 The Business Woman

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Learn how to shoot editorial portraits in the studio. Mark Cleghorn wraps up the second shoot, teaching you how to add more variety to an editorial shoot, by simply using natural light and the surrounds.

Before Mark shoots his session with the new model, he first reviews both the apprentice’s shoots looking at different aspects such as use of lighting, posing, time management, etc... Mark then moves on to demonstrate how he would shoot the session, demonstrating how he uses the lights, poses the model, manages his time and progresses the shoot. Before wrapping up the session Mark quickly demonstrates how to gain more variety in an editorial studio shoot by using the natural light coming in from the windows and have a section of the studio in the background. 

Equipment: Canon 5d Mkii, Canon 50mm f1.8, Canon 24-105mm f2.8, Elinchrom Quadra Ringflash, Elinchrom Rotalux Softbox 50x130cm x2, Elinchrom BRX 250, Elinchrom BRX 500, Elinchrom D-Lite RX One, Elinchrom Rotalux Softbox Deep Octa 70cm, Lastolite Triflector, Sekonic Light Meter, Elinchrom Skyport.