Portraits: Important Detail When Shooting In The Studio

6/30/2017 ISO 1200 Magazine 0 Comments

Important Detail When Shooting In The Studio

Usually, when shooting in the studio there is a model light, but its brightness can vary. Some photographers make model light at full power, so that auto-focus works better. However, one of the factors that is rarely addressed is the size of the pupils. Although the brightness of the flash does not change, portraits are different.


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