Okay, so you are ready to shoot. With a light, flash, some light modifiers, and a white, 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 high-end professional gear.
- So some of you may be wondering … what my camera's settings are for this specific scenario, … and I actually have a little bit of something funny. … All three of my indoor shoots have been … the exact same three settings on my camera. … So I'd had an aperture of 3.5, … my shutter speed was 1/60 of a second, … and my ISO was 1000. … There was a reason why I had a little bit … of a longer shutter speed for this. … And that's because I was incorporating in a constant light. … I wanted to make sure that this light … and its output had enough time … to white out the background … in my photograph … because otherwise it would have looked … like a dingy gray background. … So allowing that light to shine on … for a little bit of a longer period of time … is going to help just whiten out that background … and make it look really nice and crisp. … The last thing that I wanted to mention is similar … to my medium-grade indoor headshot … where I used just a regular camera strobe … and some PocketWizards, …
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