Okay, so you are ready to shoot. Camera settings for shooting inside are different from shooting outside. In this video, learn are the right camera settings to use for a budget indoor corporate shoot.
- So we have our window light in the right position. … We've got our model. … She's down a little bit on the stool. … We are good to go, but now, what do we put our camera … and set it to in order to get the best possible headshot? … So remember that we are using a zoom lens, … and whenever you're using a zoom lens for this type of work, … you want to make sure that you're zoomed … to the most telephoto focal length that lens has. … So for the 24 to 105, … I make sure that I am zoomed in to 105. … Now, the reason I do that is … because of the distortion that you get when shooting faces … at a wide focal length. … So you can get a little bit of distortion. … So we make sure that we are zoomed all the way in … so that no distortion happens. … The first thing that I want to do is take my aperture … and make it as wide open as possible, … and for this specific lens, that's going to be F4. … I want to let as much light as possible in through this lens … by opening up my aperture and making it as wide as possible …
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