How to Photograph a Model: Photo Studio Tips : What Type of Lights to Use for Photo Shoot

Watch an overview of the lights, both tungsten and strobe, reflectors, tripods and stands used for a pro photo shoot with expert photography tips from a prof…

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12 Responses to How to Photograph a Model: Photo Studio Tips : What Type of Lights to Use for Photo Shoot

  1. buzzbunney says:

    No nonsense, to the point, good, useful advice and recommendations. Great
    Rob!

  2. famousPhotog says:

    If you are going to be using multiple lights, you need a light meter to
    adjust your lighting ratios. Looking at the small LCD on the back of the
    digital camera is NOT going to give you that information, information that
    you may want to use on future shoots. Studio lighting = light set by eye
    and meter.

  3. Fernando Martinez says:

    So? Why don’t these videos have tags to take you through them in ORDER????
    Duh? Expert Village…

  4. Gissur33 says:

    I love the Villiage People.

  5. Julio M Barriga says:

    thank you for all your tips !!!

  6. rjmj33 says:

    Hello. My name is Rob Mitchell, too. (So’s my dad. And you kind of look
    like him… I wonder if we’re related.)

  7. FlowingGeisha says:

    That’s it the light meter that is stuck in front of the model and usually
    blocking the person before the actual shoot.

  8. vxAREKxv says:

    good video

  9. kdesigns789 says:

    Maaan thanks!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  10. PartTimePhotography says:

    Good stuff – I’ll pass this along to all my newsletter subscribers.

  11. LadySryope says:

    Rob is generous in giving tips.

  12. SmoothieJulie says:

    Thanks, your tips are helpful!

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