Okay, so you are ready to shoot. With a flash, there are a few more steps and settings to take when shooting headshots. In this video, learn the right camera and flash settings to use for an indoor corporate shoot with minimal gear.
- When you're shooting headshots inside … and you're using natural light, … it's really important to get as much light … through that lens as possible. … Even though we did add … some additional lights into our setup, … it's still important to have your key light … or your primary light as bright as possible … to make a good shot. … So for this specific example, … I started with a aperture … that was a little bit more wide open, … thus giving me a very shallow depth of field. … So the aperture that I started with for this was 3.2. … So it's less than four, … which allows me to have a lot more light, … but it's not 1.8 shallow depth of field … where you really might not actually get the eyes … in focus at all. … So 3.2 is a really good place to just start. … All right? … So then after that, … I wanted to add as much light into my frame as possible, … and I knew that I wanted to do that through my ISO … or film sensitivity number. … So the second thing that I modified was my ISO. … I took my ISO to 1,000 …
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