A Guide to Beauty & Fashion Lighting
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A high fashion lighting book is finally here, and it’s really big! Over 100 pages!
NY Fashion Photographer JODI JONES gives you an in-depth look into the lighting techniques of high fashion and beauty photography. In this book, you are shown a step-by-step process for lighting high fashion photo shoots using examples of Jodi’s fashion and beauty work through detailed lighting diagrams that show exactly where she placed the light, her camera settings, what lighting modifiers she used, and why.
Jodi covers some really interesting topics for ANY photographer, whether or not they shoot high fashion!
The 7 essential LIGHTING POSITIONS!
CONTROLLING LIGHT! Photography is the art and science of controlling light. As a photographer it is your job to understand as much as you can about how light works.
When to use which LIGHTING MODIFIERS! The softbox vs the umbrella, vs the beauty dish!
CREATING EMOTION WITH LIGHT!
USING LIGHT TO CREATE A MOOD!
MAKING THE LIGHT SEEM NATURAL! With examples, lighting diagrams and behind the scenes photos!
And so much more!
NY Fashion Photographer JODI JONES is a renowned fashion photographer who has spent over 12 years shooting campaigns, fashion editorials, and runways for New York City’s Fashion Week. Jodi has been invited by the world’s most recognized designers including Oscar de la Renta, Marc Jacobs, Betsey Johnson, and Anna Sui to shoot their collections. Jodi Jones shot Kenneth Cole’s recent video campaign with AKQA. Her photographs have appeared in Vogue, Vanity Fair, Cosmopolitan, Zink, Kurv, Time and countless others. Jodi has photographed numerous celebrities including Jack Nicholson, Moby, J-Lo, Paris Hilton, and Pamela Anderson to name but a few. The TV special “Women on Top”, a show about women achieving success in a male dominated industry, did a full episode on Jodi’s early fashion career.