In this Photography tutorial you will learn how to photograph a dog in a studio without the mess.
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Set it in. Hey let’s go to high school together and this here Zen, see Zen. So I’m doing a quick portrait of Zen here for Dan’s wife, so I just have—I’ve got my black factor up set up and I’m basically using three lights. I have my big soft box here which I’m preparing and I have that around 5.6. So as you can see where Zen is place and I’m just feathering to mean wide open its actually hitting my reflector here and bouncing back in put fill. I also have another way lightning with my honey cone grid and that’s deciding it I’m going to kick the light at the back of Zen’s head.
I have one last light over here and my little background stand and that’s just saw on the background and I actually have a red gel on that as you can see there just to give him a red cloth. For a little bit contrast with the black and what I’m thinking of is I’m thinking you know like either full length or plate crop. I’m thinking of red pin straight to much the background and I’m thinking a nice black mat and that way the lightness of the dark because Zen is a little bit of light are really pop and let’s just see what we can get.