Do you have an indoor corporate headshot shoot and have fully invested in yourself as a photographer with some of the best gear on the market? It is time to learn how to properly use that gear by creating a white background and using soft lighting. In this video, see what kind of professional-level gear to use and learn how to use it to get the best results possible.
- So I'd be remiss if I taught a headshot class … and I didn't include at least one lighting setup … with a white background look to it. … So that's what we are doing here in our advanced … or elevated gear section for our indoor shoot. … So you can see that I have everything that I need right here … to create a headshot. … So in this setup, I'm going to be using a background light, … the constant Stella Pro 8000 lumen light, … for the background. … I'm putting a light on the background … so that it's very, very white … and we don't have any shadows casting … from where the model's going to be sitting … onto the backdrop. … So that's why I like to light the backdrop. … And then in front of our model, … we're going to have something called … the clamshell lighting setup. … This is a really flattering lighting setup … for any type of face. … So that's going to be our Profoto B10. … And on the Profoto B10, I have a medium-sized softbox. … It's still going to give us that soft quality of light, …
This course was created by RHED Pixel. We're pleased to host this training in our library.