Amy Solava’s Portraiture Photography Midterm
The left picture was shot with an aperture of 4.5, shutter speed of 1/100 second, and ISO of 400. We set up two lights, the front one with a diffuser to make it a little softer light on her face. We wanted the light to be also coming through the cape/flag so the back light acted as that. The above picture was shot with 4.5 aperture, 1/160 shutter speed and 800 ISO. I obviously wanted to get an action shot, and all I had to do with step backwards and move my position; we had the same light set‐up.
This picture was taken with an aperture of 5, 1/250 second shutter speed with the ISO on 800. We had a front continuous light lighting up her face behind a diffuser, with a backlight to make the effect on the hair. The picture on the right was taken with an aperture of 5.6, 1/160 second shutter speed, ISO on 400. I wanted the same effect as the last picture, but I just moved my position to get the desired effect.
The left picture was taken with an aperture of 4.5, shutter speed of 1/250 second and ISO of 800. I liked the dramatic effect of the light, and it also helped with the post‐ production I did in Photoshop. The above photo was taken with an aperture of 5, shutter speed of 1/160 second, and 800 ISO. We had the same lighting set‐up but by moving my position I was able to get a more balanced light.