Advanced Studio Practice 2A – Mug Shots and Problem solving

Within the studio we had to set up a scene, metre the light and photograph our subject against a red background using a 300mm lens. This had to be done within a group and we had to work together; each of us photographed one other person.
Overall the range of the images is not consistent. The lighting, exposure upon person face, framing of the person, position of person, focus, clothing contrast.

These were all the problems which accrued however they can be fixed. we discussed in a group the issues we had and what could have caused these inconsistencies; camera model? height of photographer and model? human error?

How to solve the problems?

– tripod
– colour of clothing
– checking back between images
– checking positioning of model before shot
– checking focus


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Olivia Bates

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