Studio Lighting Adjusted for Model

Adam Bonilla explains and shows how you should adjust your lighting setup according to your model's face and figure. Some photographers prefer using just one setup that they have learned and it may not suit every model.

Models' faces are different, some have more oval or wider faces and you need to take this into consideration. He shows one model with an oval face for whom he chooses top lighting, so called a butterfly scheme.

If you need to separate your blond model from the background in post processing, the only way to do it is using dark background in your studio.

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