Do you have an outdoor corporate headshot shoot with minimal gear? You have invested in yourself as a photographer but want to make the most out of what you have. See the amazing results you can get with an intermediate level of gear.
- So in this chapter, … we're going to talk about doing outdoor headshots … with a little bit of gear. … We don't have zero gear, or close to zero gear, … and we don't have upgraded gear, … but sometimes in the middle, … you're starting to grow your variety … of different equipment that you own. … And these are light modifiers. … We're going to be using mostly reflectors today, … but they are going to help you a little bit more … than our DIY $10-reflector that we made ourselves … earlier in the class. … So, the first thing that I want to talk about, … is the lens that I'm going to be using. … I used this lens very early on in my headshot career, … and it was a great lens. … The reason why I loved it, … is because it was a fixed focal length, … which made it extra, extra crisp. … This is the Cannon EF 85 F/1.8 lens. … It's got a really nice price point … around $420, last time I checked. … So this is a very good middle grade lens. … You always do want to have an extra battery on site …
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