Behind the Scenes with Bailey Banks and Photography Tips
In this blog, I will share with you some of my tips and tricks on how we get the shot.
The absolute worst thing a photographer could ever do is use a on-camera flash outdoors to fill in shadows. Even though we had a few clouds, I chose to go with a broad diffuser that is about one-stop, which means the material on the scrim cuts down the light by 1 stop. Quite often I have the talent bring family and friends to make them feel more comfortable; and for me to have free assistance. LOL. I am using a longer lens than normal, Canon 70-200, 2.8; but my 24-70, 2.8 was in the shop.
We had the pleasure of Daniel May_Applegate, owner of Gear Monkey Racing, to come out and create a stir. To be more detailed, he stirred up a whole bunch of dust to make for an incredible background.
The scrim jim is my go-to piece of equipment that is not only awesome for diffusing on bright sunny days; but also great for using it as a bounce when the clouds do finally roll in on set.
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