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30 Minute Challenge!!! | Fashion Editorial with Studio Lighting

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When we booked the studio for an hour we ended up making this a challenge of how many outfits we could fit in a half hour!! The thrill of it all!! The Makeup artist and I wanted to do an all white concept and make it almost dangerous angel type! Obviously in this video the clothes aren't all white so most of the end results were after post processing!! comment below if you'd like me to consider doing some editing videos! MENTIONED SOCIAL MEDIAS: ME: Instagram | @rachelbarboza_images https://www.instagram.com/rachelbarboza_images/ ASHA (MUA): Instagram | @aimumin https://www.instagram.com/aimumin/ LEXI (model): Instagram | @lxoir https://www.instagram.com/lxoir/ VINCE ABRAM (Hair stylist): Instagram | @vinceabram https://www.instagram.com/vinceabram/ DAVIS HONG (clothing designer) :Instagrams | @byshaousa @iartdavish https://www.instagram.com/iartdavish/ https://www.instagram.com/byshaousa/ MUSIC: Song: Ikson - New Day (Vlog No Copyright Music) Music provided by Vlog No Copyright Music. Video Link: https://youtu.be/cVA-9JHwbFY Adventures by A Himitsu https://soundcloud.com/a-himitsu Creative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported— CC BY 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/b... Music released by Argofox https://youtu.be/8BXNwnxaVQE Music provided by Audio Library https://youtu.be/MkNeIUgNPQ8
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Pam Kay (2 months ago)
Love this shoot! I would love to see a bit more of your lighting setup in your videos, the flash placement and light can really make or break an image. Keep doing you!
Thomas Kirk (2 months ago)
What was your light set up!?
rayandodi305 (8 months ago)
Hey Rachel I’m curious as to why you shoot at such a high aperture of f/22?
William (4 months ago)
If you shot at f8- f11, you'd still have everything in focus. Plus you'd be able to shoot at iso100 instead of 400. Using an aperture of f22 is overkill.
Rachel Barboza (8 months ago)
rayandodi305 hey! I usually like to shoot at a high aperture in a studio so that more is in focus! The reason I do it in natural lighting with the sun is so that it lets in LESS light and the harsh highlights don’t become overblown. It’s also my personal preference at the moment to not have such a blurry background! But I still enjoy a low aperture depending on the shoot.
Lu Barrera (9 months ago)
what lense did you used?
Rachel Barboza (9 months ago)
Lu Barrera hello! I used the 18-135mm lens with this shoot.
Sarah Gilchrist (9 months ago)
Hey Rachel I am loving your videos! This shoot is phenomenal 😍 I can’t wait to see what you have next! Big hello from England! 😎 What kind of lighting modifiers and lenses did you use for these shots? 😊 Sarah
Rachel Barboza (9 months ago)
Sarah Gilchrist hey there!! Thanks for reaching out! 😃🙌🏼 BIG HELLO back! Haha This was back when I had my cropped sensor camera so I used my 18-135mm lens! With this shoot I used a zoom reflector on my godox light set. Cheap but effective! 😘
Prakash yadavanshi (9 months ago)
Any small YouTuber wanna support each other. BTW this was amazing

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