Posing and Lighting Boudoir Part 2
Mark Cleghorn takes you step by step through shooting boudoir. In this film Mark demonstrates how to shoot the boudoir basics.
Starting by the side of the bed, Mark demonstrates of he uses a Lastolite HiLite and to Elinchrom flashes to create a large window with controllable natural looking light. Taking you step by step through posing the client from raising her knee to the positioning of her hand to create glorious images that truly complements the client. Moving on Mark begins shooting the basic image of the client on the bed. Starting with the client sitting on the side of the bed Mark clearly demonstrates how to pose the client and adjust for the change of distance between the client and the light source. Before he shoots the client lying on the bed slightly adjusting her poses and moving camera position to change the look of the light creating a variety of images in a short amount of time.
Equipment: Canon 5d MkIII, Canon 50mm f1.8, Canon 85mm f1.8, Canon 24-105mm f4, Elinchrom EL-Skyport Transmitter Plus, Elinchrom ELC Pro HD 500 x2, Elinchrom ELC Pro HD 1000, Elinchrom Softlite Silver Reflector 44cm, Softlite Grids 44cm, Lastolite HiLite Background 2.5 x 2.15m, Lastolite Solo Background Support 4m Heavy Duty, Sekonic Light Master Pro,