For indoor corporate headshots with a window and one flash as your light sources, you need to maximize those lights using a reflector. In this video, learn the proper placements of your flash and reflectors to get professional-looking headshots.
- So in our beginner indoor section, … we used the same black background. … We just, for this section, … needed to elevate it and update it a little bit. … So we had the window light. … So that was our first light source … in the upgraded lighting scenario. … But then, what do I need to do? … I wanted to add a hair light from behind. … What that does is it just separates the model … from the background a little bit more, … and just adds a little bit of a elevated look … to your final shot. … And then I also wanted to bounce the hair light back … through using the reflector … and bounce it back as a little bit more fill … onto my model's face. … One important thing that I really want to highlight here … is the position of the reflector. … The reason why I think it's important to point out … is because a lot of beginner photographers … will just direct the reflector to be pointed at the model. … But unfortunately it doesn't work that way. … The job of the reflector is to take the primary light source …
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