A touch of movement can often introduce an interesting and eye-catching element when it comes to fashion photography. However, it can be tricky (and very time consuming) to make this movement look natural. Creating the movement itself isn’t always the challenge — it’s making sure every other element comes together for that perfect moment.
In this two part fashion photography class, Karl works with model Kariss Craig to demonstrate how to work with multiple lights to achieve the perfect lighting and how a single set can be transformed to achieve completely different results.
In this series of fashion photography classes Karl teamed up with Next Model Management’s Kariss Craig, professional fashion stylist Bianca Swan and makeup artist and hair stylist Shanine Levrier for an intensive week of filming high-end fashion photography. The results form part of our newest fashion course, a new series, that details each and every step of fashion photography.
- How to use multiple lights — lighting your subject vs lighting your background
- Ideal lighting modifiers for fashion photography
- Parabolic modifiers and their effects
- How to create mood — influencing colour and tone
- How to work with, style and pose your model
- Inverse Square Law – what is it and what are the effects
- How to make the most of a single set