Womans High Fashion
This shoot is one of my favorites! I took these at the Venue in Rigby, which has killer natural light. All of the wedding photos and most of the ones of hayley and Markehl are also natural light But the venue also has great background and a cool variety of modern looks. From the wall with the exposing brick to the whole brick wall, to the white wall. For the other light sources, I used a strobe light with soft boxes. And for the bubble stations, I used strobes with two different colored gels and a bubble machine.
Men in the fashion world
I loved shooting these guys! They all gave out something so cool and unique to the station they were at. I loved using the natural light on the groom to give him that soft, light feeling. And then the two different colored gels on the bubble station really gave them a cool, fun feeling and its something so unique. And for everyone else, we used strobes to light them up. It just goes to show how much a background and an outfit can make really different, but really cool vibes.
Beautiful People Everywhere.
For this shoot, I was taking pictures of couples in all different styles. I had everything from wedding to bubbles to high fashion, and it was a blast! On the wedding photos I used all natural light, with a little help from a reflector. I love this light because it is so soft and matches the vibe of the image to a T. Also, huge thanks to the Venue in Rigby for letting us use their beautiful facility and Harts bu Laneige for lending us the dress. For the bubble station, we used two different colored gels and a bubble machine, which made for such a cool vibe! For the rest of them I used an auxiliary light with a soft box.
Awesome background, Awesome subject
For this shoot the objective is to have a have a perfectly lit background and subject. To do this, you under expose for the background and that will put your subject in shadow. Then, you put a speed light on the subject and it will light them very nicely. But one thing to seep in mind is that usually you want you subject to be lighter than your background. This shooting tactic is awesome because it helps gain a better understanding of light and because of that, your images look amazing.
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