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Contact Sheets from Shoot

Contact Sheets from Shoot

Here are my original contact sheets from the shoot, you will find the annotated contact sheets in my folder.

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Brief  Shoot 4 on location (My house)

Brief 

Shoot 4 on location (My house)

Colour surge 

Date and time of shoot

29th December 11:00 – 13:00

Location – My house

Team list

  •  Photographer, producer, stylist – Laura Stobart
  • Model – Molly Stobart
  • Makeup Artist – Molly Stobart

For this shoot I want to do the shoot in front of my garage, which is a white background. If the background is not colourful enough with what the model is wearing I can then edit the colour of the garage to make it more fitting with colour surge. The plan is to put the model in two different bold colours maybe blue and red, this will mean they will clash against each other, I will then have the makeup for example the eye shadow one solid bright colour. Maybe blue or red to go with one of the pieces of clothing the model is wearing. As well as just relaying on the background and clothing to make it colour surge, I plan to use a blue and yellow Smoke bombs to really give the images a burst of colour.

Call Sheet 

11:00 – Model starts putting makeup on and changes into outfit

  • 11:25 – I start shooting
  • 11:45 – start using smoke bombs
  • 12:00 – Stop using smoke bombs
  • 12:15 – Review images, see if anything needs to be changed with how I am shooting
  • 12: 25 – Carry on shooting
  • 12:45 – Look back through images make sure there is nothing else you want to try  or retry
  • 12: 50 – Carry on shooting
  • 13:00 – Shoot finishes

Equipment 

  • Camera – Cannon 5d Mark IV
  • 24-105mm lens
  • 85mm Lens
  • Reflector
  • Flash

Lighting setup  

Shoot 4 on location My house lighting-diagram-1515618119.jpg

This will be the initial lighting plan I will start off using when starting the shoot. However depending on where the light is that day and what the weather is like, this could change. The reflector will also move as the model changes positions and poses.

Image ideas 

My main idea for this shoot is trying out my new 85mm lens by doing obscure angles with the theme of colour surge. I will also be trying these obscure angles whilst the smoke bombs are going off to really show off the theme in a way that might not have been shown in the Getty images so far. One image I want to try and take and experiment with is showing half the garage then the model showing off the bright clothing then other half is green foliage I am thinking this would really show off the theme of colour surge.

 Mood Board     

Though these images do not really show the kind of location I will be taking my images on, I do like the positioning, angles and posing of the models and it’s defiantly something I want to experiment with for this shoot. I like how on the first two images the camera is angled up at the model meaning the model is having to look down but the way that the model has been positioned makes the images look very imaginative and quirky, different than other images I have seen and researched.

Mind Map/Mood board On location Shoot 4 (My House)

Mind Map/Mood board On location Shoot 4 (My House)

Mind Map (Click the link)

On Location Shoot 4 (My House)

Mood Board

Mood Board On Location shoot 4 (My House).jpg

Contact Sheets from Shoot

Contact Sheets from Shoot

Here are my original contact sheets from the shoot, you will find the annotated contact sheets in my folder.

ContactSheet-001ContactSheet-002ContactSheet-003ContactSheet-004ContactSheet-005ContactSheet-006ContactSheet-007ContactSheet-008ContactSheet-009Contact Sheets from Shoot

Here are my original contact sheets from the shoot, you will find the annotated contact sheets in my folder.

 

 

Brief  On Location shoot 3 Ann’s House 

Brief 

On Location shoot 3 Ann’s House 

Colour Surge 

Date and time of shoot

27th of December 13:00 – 15:30

Location – Ann’s House

Team List 

  • Photographer, producer, stylist – Laura Stobart
  • Models – Oscar, Lilla, Sophie, Poppy
  • Makeup artist – No makeup artist needed
  • Assistant – Molly Stobart

for this shoot I have decided to use children who are the ages of 5,7,10 and 1. I have never done a shoot with children before, so this will be not only a great challenge but experience as well. The challenge will be that the children will not stay still and move/pose how a model would, so I will need to do a lot of research and mood boards to get an realistic idea of how the images will look. I plan to dress each of the children in bold brightly coloured outfits to really stand out against the greens of the background. I am also planning on using smoke bombs in the colours of blue, orange and yellow. Using smoke bombs will also be a challenge as I don’t know how the children will react to the smoke and how to get some great images from each smoke bomb that only last a minute.

Call sheet 

  • 13:00 – Show outfits to children/Parents to make sure they are happy with the outfits I have brought
  • 13:10 – Children get changed into outfits
  • 13:30 – I start shoot. Start with only two models
  • 13:45 – Changed to other two models
  • 13:55 – Do all models at once
  • 14:10 – Lighting smoke bombs
  • 14:25 – Change location and light next smoke bombs (do some images with all models some with only one or two models)
  • 14:45 – Change location again and light more smoke bombs
  • 15:00 – Do some images without any smoke bombs
  • 15:30 Shoot finishes

Equipment 

  • Camera
  • Reflector
  • Flash
  • 24-105mm Lens

Lighting diagram 

Location shoot 3 Ann’s House lighting-diagram-1515611291.jpg

 

Shooting with children in general I think would be hard but shooting with five and most of the time all at once I think will be challenging. So I will start off with this lighting setup depending on what the weather is like and where the sun is. However, I think this setup will change quite quickly as the reflector will need to follow the children and smoke so I can get the perfect Images. I think it is always good to have a starting point and some idea on where you might start even if you don’t follow it on the day due to conditions..

Mood Board     

I know this shoot will be very weather dependent and if it is cold I need to make sure the children are wrapped up warm, so that they don’t get ill. I defiantly want to try the positioning and angles of the shots above, but it depends on how happy the children are with doing this shoot and how they position themselves. One thing I think I need to remember is that I will not be able to pose them like I would do an adult model. So my thinking is going into this shoot is let them do their thing and I will capture their emotions and movements as the smoke comes around them or even just how they react with each other using interesting and creative angles to make the images different to your every day children’s photography.

Mind Map/Mood board On Location Shoot 3 (Ann’s House)

Mind Map/Mood board On Location Shoot 3 (Ann’s House)

Mind Map (Click the link)

On Location Shoot 3 (Ann_s house)

Mood BoardMood Board Kids.jpg

 

Contact Sheet from Shoot

Contact Sheet from Shoot

Here are my original contact sheets from the shoot, you will find the annotated contact sheets in my folder.

 

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Mind Map/Mood board Studio Shoot 5 (Media Studio blue background 2)

Mind Map/Mood board Studio Shoot 5 (Media Studio blue background 2)

Mind Map (Click the link)

Studio shoot 5 (Media studio blue background 2)

Mood Boards

Mood board (Blue background 2).jpg

Contact Sheets from Shoot

Contact Sheets form Shoot

Here are my original contact sheets from the shoot, you will find the annotated contact sheets in my folder.

 

ContactSheet-001ContactSheet-002ContactSheet-003ContactSheet-004ContactSheet-005ContactSheet-006ContactSheet-007

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