Get retro as Karl Taylor shows you how to capture a striking 60s-style fashion image.
Beginning with a simple yellow background and floor, Karl tries out various setups to light the yellow evenly. Then it’s time to bring model Britt onto the set and start experimenting with the key lights.
As Karl and Ash bring in different modifiers and tweak the power settings to get just the right level of exposure, you’ll see how small adjustments can make a big difference.
With the lighting sorted, Britt can start striking poses and throwing shapes. Soon, Karl has the shots he needs to create the final image – one that you can easily produce for yourself!
In this fashion photography class:
- Lighting techniques for fashion photography
- How to light a coloured background
- Photography with parabolic umbrellas
- Studio fashion photography tips
To watch Karl edit and retouch the final image, check out Sixties Fashion | Post-Production.
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