Boudoir Photo Shoot - Karen Ivy Diaz
For this beautiful shoot at this clean and neat residential place, I used a three-light setup (main, side and hair) for most of the shots. I brought along the exact light modifiers I had planned but I did have extra strobes just for unforeseeable situations. I kept the ISO low since I had a 600-watt and a 400-watt strobes with me. I was glad to be able to position the strobes without much difficulties.
Since we had already discussed before the shoot, things went pretty smooth. Ivy Diaz was very cooperative. It took just a bit of time for us to get warmed up. We explored poses that would suit her and she was able to initiate ideas throughout.
MUA Ivy's presence was a lifesaver. Since I didn't want to have any body contact with models, especially female ones, she was able to guide her. Somehow, she could read my mind and she also had her own artistic inputs. Our rapport was great and the comfortable feel was something I missed.
Once again, it showed that communication between the team was crucial, especially for such shoot. I was glad for the trust being placed onto me by the two ladies.
It was just a pure coincidence that both the model and makeup artist had the same name - Ivy.
|Model:||Karen Ivy Diaz|
|Makeup Artist (MUA):||Ivy Tan|
|Wardrobe:||Karen Ivy Diaz, Ivy Tan|
|Lens:||Canon 24-70mm F2.8L II|
|Strobe:||Godox AD600B, Cononmark B4, Yongnuo 560 EX-III|
|Date:||11 May, 2019|
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