Lighting fashion images on location creates its own set of problems from finding the right location, styling the shot and working with or against the light. In this special chapter Karl tries a completely new lighting modifier to produce the quality and bite to the light that he desired.
After working through the previous fashion photography classes, which demonstrate how to work in a studio, Karl takes this next fashion shoot out on location. Working on location creates its own set of problems — from finding the right location to styling the shot and working with ambient light. Karl shows how to overcome this and, using a completely new lighting modifier, is able to produce the urban street style he’d envisioned.
In this fashion photography class we cover the following:
- Photographing on location
- The importance of planning and pre-visualisation
- Finding and testing possible locations
- Sourcing outfits
- Using flash on location
- The best lighting modifiers for fashion photography
- When and why to use polarisers and other filters
- How to use post production to enhance an image
If you have any questions regarding this fashion photography class use the comments area below 🙂