Shooting along side videographer

Started Apr 24, 2013 | Questions thread
CraigBennett
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Re: Shooting along side videographer
In reply to Pete Silver, Apr 24, 2013

Pete Silver wrote:

I am a videographer and the lights are set up to be the brightest white light possible (usually by a third party) nothing to do with shutter speed. Most of the lighting that is bad is because the catwalk is not lit evenly - especially at the end where the models pose for a few seconds.

Your still camera should be fine just set it up for the conditions and you probably won't need to use flash (our photographer doesn't)

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Pete Silver

+1 on this.

If you have good high ISO camera and the videographer uses good bright lights, you should be good to go with ambient lighting.  I would go to live view to get my white balance of the scene before I start shooting, and shot RAW.

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