Join Derrick Story for an in-depth discussion in this video Review the gear for the outdoor portrait shoot, part of Portrait Photography: High School Seniors.
- So I'm here at the park and I'm getting ready to do…an outdoor shoot today, pretty excited about it actually.…But I thought before I get to work,…I'll show you what's inside the bag here.…Now, my camera bag whether I'm indoors or outdoors,…pretty much the same gear.…So I'm gonna walk you through it and see what I use.…My go to camera, still, for outdoor portraiture…and indoors is my Canon 5D Mark two,…this is my full frame sensor camera,…the reason why I like it is with that nice big sensor…I can dropout backgrounds very easily,…and especially when I have this lens on here,…the 70 to 200 F28, and I shoot with it wide open…most of the time, maybe stop it down to F4.…
I like those soft backgrounds, I think it looks…very professional.…So, I'm usually reaching for this guy first.…But I also carry the 70D, which is the APS C-sensor camera,…and I keep the 40 millimeter on here,…and I don't wanna have to change lenses quickly,…if suddenly I need to do a wider shot.…It's much easier just to pickup the other camera,…
- Guidelines for senior portraits
- Setting up a portable studio
- Posing subjects
- Shooting outside
- Working with family members
- Using mirrorless cameras and smartphones
- Editing senior portraits
- Exporting and delivering images
Skill Level Intermediate
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Up-Close Portrait Photography: Start to Finishwith Chris Orwig2h 5m Intermediate
1. The Basic Guidelines and Business of Portraiture
2. Studio Space and Posing Options
3. Working with Family Members and Shooting Outside
4. Using Mirrorless and Smartphones for Portraits
5. Sort and Organize the Photo Shoot
6. Edit and Enhance Your Selects
7. Deliver the Images
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