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Model Shoot



© 2014 Gary Longstaff

© 2014 Gary Longstaff
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Behind The Lens

Location
The photo was taken as part of a weekend studio day shoot being held at a local studio in Horwich, Bolton, England.
Time
The shot was taken on 27th July 2014 and was one of the last shots set up for the day around 4:30pm
Lighting
The model was lit from directly above her position using a 400w Studio Flash located in a Strip Softbox whilst she sat on the block of wood
Equipment
Canon 5D MKIII Body with the Canon EF 24-105 F/4 L IS USM Lens
Inspiration
The photo was just a progression of some other shots to do with Art-Nude photography
Editing
Converted the photo from Colour to B&W Adjustments to Contrast, Highlights and Blacks was done within Lightroom
In my camera bag
The body is always a Canon 5D MKIII. Depending upon the situation and type of shots required I have a few lenses or flash that I can utilise. Canon EF-85mm F/1.8 - the shots from this cheaper lens astounds me to this date compared to shots I have seen from the more expensive model. Canon EF-70-200mm F2.8l IS II USM -Obviously one of Canon's go-to lenses, but considerations have to be made when lugging this beast around Sigma 150-500mm F5/F6.3 APO DG OS HSM - A nice lens when I'm sat at the other end of a sports field but has tendency to be "soft" at the long end
Feedback
Just practice, set up some shots and see how you like them...Move the lights and don't be afraid to keep trying

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