18th Century Fashion with Deborah Selwood Part 4
Learn how Fashion and Beauty photographer Deborah Selwood tackle the fast paced and demanding job that is photographing with a Hair & make-up college.
Join Deborah in the old lace mill that is her studio, with its distressed walls and shabby chic styling, as she shoots this series of 18th Century Fashion themed images for a local Hair & Make-up college. In this final part of the series Deborah explains the final of the three different set-ups for the day, corner of the studio with a simple brick wall but a selection of varied props and furniture. As Deborah explains, this gives the students the chance to choose something a bit different or something that compliments their chosen look more closely, ensuring good variety throughout the shoot and giving a good chance to produce and image that works well with the style of make-up and clothing that the students have chosen.
Equipment: Canon 5DMkII, Canon 7D, 2x Canon 24-70mm, Canon 70-200mm, Canon 100mm Macro, Canon 15mm, Elinchrom Skyport, Sekonic L-358 Lightmeter, Elinchrom BRXi500, Elinchrom Softlite White Reflector 70cm 80° with Diffuser, Elinchrom Softlite White Reflector 44cm 55° with Diffuser, Elinchrom Rotalux 50x130cm, Elinchrom Quadra with Ranger A Heads, Calumet Stand Castors