Studio is said to be an artist’s workroom… Yes it is!
I’ve been through a lot of studio equipped with head-bangin’ gadgets. Microphones, wires, guitar effects and amplifiers everywhere. I used to bring my bass guitar whenever we go to this place, but this one right here is different, I bring my cam instead.
No amps, electric guitars and drum set. A studio built for your eyes only. Roll down the background canvass, hit the lights, strike a pose and give me your sweetest smile. Ladies and Gents, welcome to Shot n’ Roll goes Studio!
Here are some of the model shots taken at White Box Studio with the MCC. This is the 1st set of shooting, so think of a sweetest pose.
Anywhere she looks, whatever pose and angle counts. Ms. DC can make your trigger, happy. \m/
Next set: The late great King of Pop Michael Jackson. Do you remember the time…
A sexy casino girl? correct me if I’m wrong, but she’s definitely sexy… hehehe!
Ms. DC on her casual wear. The final set of shooting.
It’s really a pleasure to meet and shoot a beautiful, sexy and humble model like her. She definitely Rocks! \m/
Taking portraits on studio is a cool shooting experience. This is one place that you’ll definitely keep on shooting. A good spot for model and photographer to shoot, coz any pose or any position will give you a nice shot. This is the place where there is no bad shot, unless your cam settings is incorrect. Suggestion? Use a Light Meter to give you a proper exposure.
Here’s what the Light Meter says on our set (with Studio Flash):
I’ve just increase the ISO to 200.
Here’s the settings that I’ve used without flash.
Want more sexier? Looking for some attitude? Switch to Part 2 of this post \m/
Thanks for dropping by to my Portrait Studio Gallery! By the way, if you like this post, you can drop some comments and give your ratings. Just click those stars and gimme a hell yeah! \m/
Canon EOS 1000D
Canon EF-S 18-55mm kit lens
Go Let it Out – Oasis