Beauty Shot

Adrian Crook fashion photographer Becca-After

The image on the left was shot using a Bowens beauty dish. With a grid centre and diffused outer. (see example 1).

Then with a reflector under the chin and a white large reflector at the side of her face to reduce the shadows. (see example 2).

Settings
ISO 100
f/8
1/160th
70mm

The shot was very easy to do, the editing however takes time. When you shoot beauty please don’t rush the editing it does take time. This image took a good few hours each day for three days.

An idea of my workflow:
Remove blemishes using healing brush and clone tool.
A touch of liquefy especially round the chin area. Liquefy may be needed simply because of the position to camera.
Dodge and burn.
Then colour adjustment.

TEAM
Model: Becca @Gingersnap & @Namedmodels
Makeup: Harriet Cook

Example 1

Example 2

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