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Male Model Photoshoot Behind the Scenes

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In today's photoshoot behind the scenes video I am working with Jay, we shoot some street photos then move over to the beach where I work with harsh direct sunlight! Model: Jay @jaymunro26 Video: Dan @ I Make Films Find me on Instagram: www.instagram.com/juliatrotti All photos in this video are edited with my Amalfi Lightroom Preset: https://www.digitalfilmactions.com/lightroom-presets/#/new-amalfi-lightroom-preset/ -- MUSIC // Canals by Joakim Karud Soundcloud - https://soundcloud.com/joakimkarud & What by Dyalla Soundcloud - https://soundcloud.com/dyallas -- FIND ME ON // Instagram // www.instagram.com/juliatrotti Digital Film Actions Website // www.digitalfilmactions.com Facebook // www.facebook.com/digitalfilmactions Julia Trotti Website // www.juliatrotti.com Blog // blog.juliatrotti.com Instagram // www.instagram.com/juliatrotti Facebook // www.facebook.com/juliatrottiphotography I Make Films Website // www.imakefilms.com.au Instagram // www.instagram.com/danpodbierezki Facebook // www.facebook.com/imakefilms.au -- VLOG CAMERA SETUP // Sony RX100iv Sony a7s + Sigma 24mm f1.4 PHOTOGRAPHY CAMERA SETUP // Canon 5dmkiii Sigma 24mm f1.4 Canon 35mm f1.4 Canon 50mm f1.2 Canon 85mm f1.2 Canon 135mm f2 -- Thank you so much for watching! xx
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Julia Trotti (8 months ago)
All photos in this video are edited with my Amalfi Lightroom Preset! Check it out here: https://www.digitalfilmactions.com/lightroom-presets/#/new-amalfi-lightroom-preset/ 💛
Julia Trotti (7 months ago)
No makeup! Sometimes in male fashion photography they do put makeup on, but I prefer without!
Mariah Nicole (8 months ago)
Did you put any makeup on him? Only wondering because I am shooting a male model for part of my senior project at school and I want a really natural look, like you accomplished...
yeeeeeeeeeh lol😂
Gaurav Bisht (24 days ago)
👌
Samer salem (28 days ago)
you r soooo pretty <3
Pablo Lara H (2 months ago)
Deadwindshadow (5 months ago)
It must take froever to edit these videos, post up the pictures, display the image settings. Amazing work
sachin bhamnyia (5 months ago)
girl so hot 😊😊😊😊
Peter Alvarez (5 months ago)
Yeah , yeah ,yeah lol
Ken Bugawisan (6 months ago)
The man oh yeah he's one of the "man goals" he must be so cool 💪
lovedeep kalsia (6 months ago)
You are awesome and beautiful.. Male model looks attractive and confident.. All pics clicked by you are appreciated.. Keep it up.. More videos..
Syed Ahsan Shah (7 months ago)
U r the best photographer love uu..
Syed Ahsan Shah (7 months ago)
Wow man awesome photography
Sandeep Sharma (8 months ago)
Hello mam, I am Sandeep from India . Is there any video you had made . Ho to poses in front of camera . Do you have Instagram account ?
wikct2 (8 months ago)
Appreciate that you show the settings for each of shots.
nitish kumar (8 months ago)
She is sooo preety 😍😍
Vika Rayu (10 months ago)
The model is very handsome and you did an amazing job, as always! Let me just ask you what time of the day the photo shoot was?
Julia Trotti (10 months ago)
It was around 1pm from memory :) Pretty much when the sun was the harshest in summer haha
TEACUP (10 months ago)
I was wondering how to shoot men model, how to let them post, and now you do it very very awesome and beautiful and give us some ideas and tricks! PS. Your jumpsuit is pretty ^^
Jace Collins (10 months ago)
Currently saving up to buy a 35m 1.4 😅
Dilo (10 months ago)
does he ever smile?
V.K. N (10 months ago)
such a nice guy, he said yeah to everything you said : )
V.K. N (10 months ago)
need more of these videos to show males how to pose for photos!
Jemuel Jeremiah (11 months ago)
Hate the music in this video I nearly had a hart Attack it has this 3d sound effect like someone was coming up behind me😧
LUCAS DZUC (11 months ago)
very good, now I know how I'm going to take my pictures here in Brazil. Thank you very much for sharing the video. Big hug.
Niracha Tommataechodom (11 months ago)
you should have many photoshoots with male model. it's so different feeling. I want to watch video like this.^^
Blue Jacky (1 year ago)
Fun job !
Maddison Smith (1 year ago)
absolutely loved this shoot! Showed me how many different backgrounds you can use and that you can pretty much shoot anywhere in the streets and the beach xxx
Ell C (1 year ago)
Hi, how can you get a sharp picture with 1.4 lens??
Julia Trotti (1 year ago)
I have a detailed video about that here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t1eVrLjdCzA&t :)
Nilashree Lenka (1 year ago)
awesome clicks..and thanks for the tips...
Rajat Chougale (1 year ago)
Need more male model shoots , also make video on model possess
Diegomc72 (1 year ago)
The girl is gorgeous!
Leigh Ann (1 year ago)
What a great shoot sure is nice seeing such a handsome photogenic male model. 💕 your vids are the best on YouTube. 🌸👍🏼
Julia Trotti (1 year ago)
Thank you! 💛
Muhammad Faisal (1 year ago)
Nice Julia 😊 love the video and photoshoot tips, angle and all over 😊 good job
Roin Steven (1 year ago)
i like ur photoshoot ur de best
Okay Then (1 year ago)
Where do the models get changed when shooting out on the beach and stuff ?
Julia Trotti (1 year ago)
It all depends, if there's a bathroom nearby they would go there, otherwise models are pretty handy in being able to put clothes on top of their current outfit and change in public! It's a skill!
Phoebe Liou (1 year ago)
Will you do a tutorial on how to photoshop the people out of your background? It would be so useful :))
Phoebe Liou (1 year ago)
Julia Trotti thanks! I'm so excited to see it! Take your time though :)
Julia Trotti (1 year ago)
Yeah, I definitely can!
Jenn (1 year ago)
This shoot is inspiring me to shoot male models again. When you’re shooting st the beach do you have a lens cover / filter for protection? I cannot shoot at the beach without getting extremely hazy photos and I’m wondering if the filter is the cause of that.
Julia Trotti (1 year ago)
Male model photoshoots are so much fun! I want to do more of them :) And yes, I always use a UV filter regardless of where I am shooting. At the beach specifically, it's great because if there is a lot of mist around, I can easily wipe my lens down in between photos without fear of scratching the actual lens!
Byron (1 year ago)
DOLCE & GABBANA model....come to MILANO.
abhishek yadav (1 year ago)
You are doing fantastic...job mam
Jord Logan (1 year ago)
What's your agreement with the model? I mean how much money you pay the model, do they get the photos, or they do it voluntarily and they get the photos..
Jord Logan (1 year ago)
I just bought a canon 800d and 85 mm lens. I want to work on portrait photography. Could you suggest about the deal between photographer and model? I'm not working for agency btw, I'm still practicing.
Julia Trotti (1 year ago)
I usually get hired to take photos for portfolios :)
Soneeuhz. (1 year ago)
What beach is that?😍
Soneeuhz. (1 year ago)
Julia Trotti thank you so much!! I absolutely love your photography as well as your tips and I aspire to capture images as beautiful as yours someday... I ADMIRE YOU💞
Julia Trotti (1 year ago)
This is Gordon's Bay in Sydney!
Nguyễn Nguyễn (1 year ago)
i love Julia Trotti
Melissa Wheeler (1 year ago)
I love the way you edited these! Kind of a white light look. ♡
Julia Trotti (1 year ago)
Thank you!
Zilla Photography (1 year ago)
What's your camera backpack? Looks comfy. Love seeing a male model
Julia Trotti (1 year ago)
It's an Incase :) I got it a few years ago, so I don't think they have my exact model on their website anymore.
Zilla Photography (1 year ago)
What's your camera backpack? Looks comfy. Love seeing a male model
Zilla Photography (1 year ago)
What's your camera backpack? Looks comfy. Love seeing a male model
Vanessa T (1 year ago)
yay a video with a male model for a change! The photos are great
Julia Trotti (1 year ago)
Thank you so much!
Andrea Hurtado (1 year ago)
Great video Julia, I have a question, why do you slightly move your camera every time you press the shutter?
Julia Trotti (1 year ago)
Thank you! I am focusing, then recomposing the shot as my focus point sometimes doesn't reach my model's face. I have a whole video about this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t1eVrLjdCzA&t just in case you're interested in watching! :)
charles kanobi (1 year ago)
Thanks for the amazing videoes! You have changed the way i photograph portraits, i was always a long prime lens photogpher, but now im not scared to pull out my 35 mm 🤗 - thank you for all the tips and im really enjoying your videos
Julia Trotti (1 year ago)
Ahh that makes me so happy to hear! I hope you enjoy using the 35mm, it's such a fun lens for portraits. Thank you!
Jian Hui Aw (1 year ago)
pls keep the bts rolling, we love to see them =D
Julia Trotti (1 year ago)
Thank you! And I will!
Max Jolobailo (1 year ago)
1:46 car a drug dealer)
Julia Trotti (1 year ago)
Hahaha good eye - I didn't even notice!
Max Jolobailo (1 year ago)
By the way, good photos.
Manuel Orbea Otaola (1 year ago)
Hi Julia!  Why did you shoot the photo at 0:46 with f1,4? Should not be better to close the aperture and reduce shutter speed? I mean, the background is too close to the subject if you look for bokeh. Thanks
Manuel Orbea Otaola (1 year ago)
Hey!!! So basically is because you are trying to soften the contrast edges. Thanks so much!!
Julia Trotti (1 year ago)
Hey! I normally always shoot between 1.2 - 2 as it fits in with the style of photos I am after. In this instance though, shooting at 1.2 actually softens the harsh sunlight just a little bit, so I prefer to have a faster shutter and a wide aperture :)
Judith Pereira (1 year ago)
I noticed you take snap snap snap pictures every second your model is moving. How do you have time to pay attention to the rule of thirds, especially the hands and other parts of your model?
Judith Pereira (1 year ago)
Julia Trotti Thank you! You're the best inspiration to me!!
Julia Trotti (1 year ago)
I think that comes with time, lots of practice and getting used to working with models and how they move! As you mentioned there are so many things you are paying attention to when taking a photo of someone - lighting, composition, facial expression, body movement, what's happening in the background, etc. When I first started photography, I would only pay attention to a couple of these things. As I spent more and more time photographing, those first couple of things I paid attention to would now become second nature to capture (composition and lighting) and now I mostly just pay attention to what the model is doing, especially their facial expression. Hope that explains it - practice is key! :)
Cyrille (1 year ago)
Do you shoot male and female models the same way or do you change the position of your camera according to the gender of your model and the mood you wanna print in your shots ?
Julia Trotti (1 year ago)
I mostly shoot the same way - I don't really have different camera positions wether its a male or female model. The things that do change for me when I'm shooting male/female is lighting (for this shoot in particular I loved shooting with the harsh sunlight as it was flattering for his body) and locations I choose to shoot in!
Lee Luis (1 year ago)
Hey Julia! as usual, amazing stuff!! I have a couple of questions/suggestions: - I was wondering why haven't you upgraded to the Canon 5D Mark IV or 1DX Mark II yet? I am in the process of buying my first full frame camera and L lens, and as for the lens I have decided to go with the 35mm F/1.4 II. However, when it comes to the camera body, I really want to justify buying the 5D Mark IV, but after looking at your shots, I feel the MK III supports well. What do you suggest here? - This is a video suggestion/challenge. Have you tried doing a photoshoot with a Nikon body, say like the D750? It'll be interesting to see how the Nikon bodies/lenses handle your style of photography! As always, you rock!! Cheers!!
Julia Trotti (1 year ago)
Thank you so much! And thank you for your suggestions :D For me, there isn't enough of a difference between the mkiii and mkiv to upgrade to it at the moment. I will wait for the next 5D to upgrade! And the 1DX is too big for the type of work that I like to do, so I most likely won't upgrade to that either. I'm happy with my mkiii's for the moment, they work perfectly for me and I am able to do everything I want without limitation :) As for your video suggestions - YES! I would looove to make some videos with different camera bodies and lenses. I am actually going to do a photoshoot on the Sony A7s mkii soon, so we shall see how that goes! Then I'm going to look into other bodies and lenses I can work with/test out. Thank you again for your wonderful comment and feedback!
Nathan Bryant (1 year ago)
I'm glad you did this. I believe a guy changes the dynamics of posing compared to a woman. Plus we just don't see enough of it.
Julia Trotti (1 year ago)
Thank you so much! I should shoot males more often from all the feedback I received, there aren't enough male model videos on YouTube! :)
Troy G (1 year ago)
You should do one with a male friend that's not a model! I feel like that can be challenging
Julia Trotti (1 year ago)
Yes!! That would make a really fun video :D
Amiel Aicart (1 year ago)
Awesome edit work!!! that fade in the highlights...
Julia Trotti (1 year ago)
Thank you!
Pradeep Jyani (1 year ago)
Nice shoot... Make a video about like what features you want in male model shoot and expressions mood that you want to capture... THANKS
Julia Trotti (1 year ago)
Thank you! And sounds like a great idea :)
Yitzchal Levi (1 year ago)
Love your style. thanks
imtomhall (1 year ago)
I’d love for you to do more male models! 😍 amazing shoot!!
Julia Trotti (1 year ago)
Thank you! I would love to do these photoshoots more often as well!
Melvin Jimenez (1 year ago)
Ah nice to see a male this time. Thought I was watching Groot from guardians of the galaxy all he kept saying was “yeah” haha. It’s good to see something different :)
Julia Trotti (1 year ago)
Thank you so much! :D
Sara Cristina (1 year ago)
wow! Right on time <3
Lucy Ngo (1 year ago)
He’s hot
Bader Kanawati (1 year ago)
I love the colors in the shots so much!! What time was the shoot? I always find it hard to shoot not around the sunset or if it's not cloudy. The model is really good too! also, what lenses did you use for this shoot? The shots on the beach where he's sitting, is that the 24mm?
Julia Trotti (1 year ago)
Thank you so much! I used the Canon 35mm 1.4 throughout the entire shoot, so sitting shots were also on the 35. And we were shooting from 4pm-5pm. Sunset in Australia during the summer is around 7.30-8, so the sun was still quite high up while we were taking photos :)
Ezequiel McFarlan (1 year ago)
Te amo❤️
Jona (1 year ago)
Is this a 24 or 35? Loved the look of the lens. Great shots also. Grtz @jona.raw
Jona (1 year ago)
Julia Trotti a lot of my friends have the sigma 35 1.4. Have you had the chance to try both? Which one would you recommend?
Julia Trotti (1 year ago)
Thank you! I only used the Canon 35mm 1.4 throughout the whole shoot :)
Domenica Calarco (1 year ago)
I just love your style of photography, so inspiring to see a woman in this field killing it! you go girl xxxxx
Julia Trotti (1 year ago)
Thank you so much!! 💛
Quzio (1 year ago)
Why do not you use iso50?
Quzio (1 year ago)
Dan Podbierezki ok :-)
Dan Podbierezki (1 year ago)
ISO 50 has less dynamic range as it's not a native ISO, it's digitally expanded. Hence we don't use it. :)
Quzio (1 year ago)
5d mark III manual page 126 :)
Julia Trotti (1 year ago)
The 5dmkiii doesn't natively have ISO 50 :)
Regan Norton (1 year ago)
Hi Julia, what presets did you use for these?
Julia Trotti (1 year ago)
I used my Amalfi Lightroom Preset: https://www.digitalfilmactions.com/lightroom-presets/#/new-amalfi-lightroom-preset/ which I have been using so much for all my recent shoots haha
Fernando Jimenez (1 year ago)
ugh he's gorgeous
Fernando Jimenez (1 year ago)
OMG YASSSSSSSSS (ok I just realized Julia didn't have a strap on, my stress level is at 100 omg) lol
Julia Trotti (1 year ago)
Hahaha I only use one every once in a while :D
Racoons in Disguise (1 year ago)
How do you contact models Foto a shoot? Or where do you find them when you're in a new town? I've never done this before but it kinda looks interesting so I'd like to try it myself :)
Racoons in Disguise (1 year ago)
Thank you! :)
Julia Trotti (1 year ago)
I normally get in contact with modeling agencies from the town/city I am in to book models that way. Sometimes I also find models on Instagram and get in contact with them to see if they want to plan a shoot!
abby films (1 year ago)
I think the model was shy :) he just said yeH yeah :) love the video haha
abby films (1 year ago)
More from this guy pls!! :) 🤗🤗
TheThirdErnest (1 year ago)
Idk why I’ve never asked but do you slightly underexpose the shot in camera to preserve the sky then brighten in Lightroom??
Julia Trotti (1 year ago)
Yep I do slightly underexpose in order to have the maximum dynamic range possible in the portrait and background with my camera body. I touched on this subject in this behind the scenes video: https://youtu.be/zMbjqYldvQs and I also have a Lightroom tutorial where you can see what one of my bright sunlight photos looks like straight out of the camera and how I edit it: https://youtu.be/3lRSNXm7DuQ Hope that helps!
Christian Comes (1 year ago)
you are always crouching your shoulders... get a camera with flippy screen and good live view af - sony or canon- it ill improve your quality of life...
Julia Trotti (1 year ago)
Ahh I know, I need to work on my posture when shooting 😅
John Almonte (1 year ago)
I was wondering if shooting at 1.4 can sometimes be too shallow? For example, the eyes may be in focus but the the nose or ears are blurred. That happens to me sometimes. Maybe I'm standing too close to the subject?
Julia Trotti (1 year ago)
It all depends on what you're after and what your preference is. So for me, I like to shoot my personal work at the lowest aperture possible because I love the shallow depth of field look. If the eyes are in focus, then for me the whole picture comes together and it doesn't really matter if the ears are sharp, etc as long as the eyes are! On the other hand, if I'm shooting client work (such as fashion) I bring my aperture up to f2-2.8 since it's important to get the model's face in focus but also the clothes!
TheThirdErnest (1 year ago)
John Almonte one of her latest videos was about how she keeps focus at 1.4 because she always shoots as wide open as possible. And on the 35, even though it is wide open, the depth of focus isn’t as razor this as like a 50-85mm
Regenweibchen (1 year ago)
Great video! Thanks for telling us your settings for when you shoot in harsh light. I did a few shoots in harsh light but still don't know how to edit them softer! I would love an editing tutorial about that:) Or can you give any tips in the comments? Thank you!
Regenweibchen (1 year ago)
Julia Trotti thanks so much! that really helps:)
Julia Trotti (1 year ago)
Thank you! I'm working on making a detailed tutorial about how to shoot in harsh sunlight really soon :D The soft look actually comes from shooting at a wide aperture of 1.4 like I did throughout this shoot, even with harsh direct sunlight the shallow depth of field softens the light a little bit. I am able to do this because the canon 5dmkiii goes up to shutter 1/8000 - if your camera only goes to 1/4000 you could take a look into ND filters to be able to test out shooting at a wide open aperture in bright lighting conditions! Just a little tip for now while I work on the video :D Hope that helps!
Hitesh Valwani (1 year ago)
Can you make a video on how to shoot first timers male models in casual outfits????
Julia Trotti (1 year ago)
Yes I love that idea! :)
Bailey Mclemore (1 year ago)
I'm consistently amazed at how great your shots in harsh light look! That's my #1 weakness!
Julia Trotti (1 year ago)
Aw thank you!! I'm working on a harsh sunlight tutorial at the moment, hopefully I can release it soon :D
Mark Harris (1 year ago)
Flipping heck, the wide f1.4 aperture gives incredibly fast shutter speeds! You also have a bit more light in Australia than we do in the U.K. It’s really good to see someone shooting a male in natural light. Brilliant video, I really like how you use hard light as a feature, I know I mentioned scrims the other day but I also notice you don’t seem to use a polariser. I mainly shoot landscape, wildlife and macro outdoors, besides for the wildlife a polariser is almost obligatory for the other two genres. Yet you are getting amazing results with just a phenomenal lens. I have no intention of ever shooting bipeds, but that doesn’t mean I can’t learn from someone as good as yourself about working light. There are some great young portrait photographers on YouTube, the vast majority of which are ladies. That has to be a good thing for photography.
Mark Harris (1 year ago)
Julia Trotti Thank Julia.
Julia Trotti (1 year ago)
It sure does! The sunlight is so bright in Australia that I often shoot at 1/8000 to be able to work with a shallow depth of field, even when I'm shooting backlit sometimes! Thank you for your comment, I really appreciate your insights :) In regards to the replies to your comments, I do tend to shoot a little underexposed when I'm in harsh sunlight to be able to retain as much information in the background and subject as possible to tweak in post (Lightroom). The background Photoshop I was referring to was getting rid of all the people in the background haha it was a really hot day so everyone was at the beach and there was no way of avoiding them! And yep, ND filters for when I have to go over 2.8 as that would start to change the style of photos I am after. Though, it is hardly ever bright enough (even in Australia!) to need to resort to that for a portrait shoot :D
Mark Harris (1 year ago)
WuschelofDespair I realised again the need for a tripod and I don’t think bracketing in a camera would be a good idea either for anything that moves. But maybe layers in Photoshop. It very much depends what you want to shoot how you upgrade, I use a 5DII for landscape, a 5DIII in the studio and a 7DII for wildlife and for landscape and wildlife they are good cameras mainly because of the superb colour palette and the weight to balance big lenses. It’s very much give and take and a matter of preference between Canon and Nikon. There’s a lot of tribalism with both makes, but if you look at the top pros they fall into both camps. If you are shooting portraits look to Sony full frame and an adapter for your canon lenses. You can swap and change batteries, as you’ll probably have somewhere to charge them, the electric viewfinder isn’t a problem and you have great dynamic and colour range. Once I feel I can safely drop them ten feet onto a rock and they are heavy enough for a gimbal head I think I’ll go mirrorless. But at the moment I want an Olympus OM digital, I have one of the original OMs and I'd love to try Zuiko glass on a modern camera.
WuschelofDespair (1 year ago)
Mark Harris you do landscape photography , I was sure you realised that 😊 yeah she really is very talented. Graduated filter with so much movement could be difficult und bracketing without a tripod as well. I really wanna upgrade to something with a great dynamic range but I don’t I already got everything out of my 60D
Mark Harris (1 year ago)
WuschelofDespair I realised the sky would be over exposed without some way of holding it back, either polariser, ND grad, or bracketing. But a full ND would reduce the shutter speed significantly. As I was writing this I heard her say she’d have to photoshop the background, and she says unless she want to go over f2 or f2.8 she wouldn’t use a ND filter. I noticed there is very little sky in the shots and where it is it’s quite bright compared to the blue on the video camera, but not over exposed in any way. You have to admit, she is a very talented photographer.
Sara Haluzan (1 year ago)
How many times had he said "yeah"? Someone needs to count that its was so funny to me idk why😂😂
Nico Reynoso (1 year ago)
im laughing because almost everything he said in this video was "yeah"
Binoy (10 days ago)
lol 🤣🤣
Unknown Source (8 months ago)
Man thats funny! I didnt even notice that until i read your comment and thats when i started laughing as well.😀😁😂
Sara Haluzan (1 year ago)
Nico Reynoso ikr 😂😂
szy123mek (1 year ago)
AWESOME
Marcus Quate (1 year ago)
If you ever come to the UK hit me up.
Kazuya MASUDA (1 year ago)
👍
SoftLawenda (1 year ago)
Oh, my favourite youtuber uploaded a video! :) I find it very helpful - most of photographers shoot female models and it's hard to find good inspiration for shooting boys ^^ Lovely model, lovely place, lovely pictures, as always :D
Julia Trotti (1 year ago)
Yay! Thank you so much :D I might have to shoot with boys more often then!
bluenapoleon (1 year ago)
Beautiful pictures and awesome video. 😎👍
Julia Trotti (1 year ago)
Thank you!
goodvibes (1 year ago)
always love your video
Julia Trotti (1 year ago)
Thank you 💛
Calvin Hicks (1 year ago)
Nice. I wish you would have used your 50mm and 85mm to get a bit more bokeh. And did you notice his left eye squint in most of your shots?
Julia Trotti (1 year ago)
Thanks! For this shoot in particular, I really wanted to capture more "raw" looking photos that includes as much of the background as possible. I find that the 50 & 85mm tends to make photos look too "pretty" sometimes (even with a higher aperture), so I decided not to use them on this day!
SiER (1 year ago)
great job Julia :)
Julia Trotti (1 year ago)
Thank you!
Andrew Cartwright (1 year ago)
Nice video. Are these shoots you do for clients, or are you just booking the model and doing a shoot? Thanks!
Andrew Cartwright (1 year ago)
Julia Trotti thanks! Appreciate the reply! Keep up the videos! I love them!
Julia Trotti (1 year ago)
Thank you! Most days I'm shooting for clients, but I don't like to film/create behind the scenes from those as I don't want to take away time from my client. So most of the videos I post are just from test shoots with the model :)
Lizzy B (1 year ago)
Did it feel different to shoot a male model? I think the harsh lighting worked really well for his body, it definitely makes it look masculine.
Lizzy B (1 year ago)
Julia Trotti yeah that makes sense! I guess too most models know how to pose and that anyway so it's more so directing them for what you want, I can see how it can be similar shooting male and female. :) thanks for the insight
Julia Trotti (1 year ago)
I actually used to shoot quite a few male models a couple of years ago before I started YouTube! But I don't really find it too different - I actually give quite similar direction to when I shoot female models, but ask them to follow my direction in a way that feels natural to them if that makes sense? And yeah! I'm happy we shot at the time we did because the lighting was really flattering for him :)
caleb geere (1 year ago)
Please make a video on how to get international photography jobs
Julia Trotti (1 year ago)
Writing this down! :)
Anna Borynik (1 year ago)
4:31 great shadow on the back :D
Julia Trotti (1 year ago)
Yeah I loved those shadows!! If it was a bit later in the afternoon where the sun was softer I would have taken a few photos there!
Morph Records (1 year ago)
Need To see 50K Subs <3
Morph Records (1 year ago)
:)
Julia Trotti (1 year ago)
We're getting there! 💛💛
TheThirdErnest (1 year ago)
Music Mafia she’s gonna get there in no time
Morph Records (1 year ago)
I think this your First Male Model Photoshoot. its Awesome. Need to see more male model Photoshoot <3<3<3
Julia Trotti (1 year ago)
Thank you so much! I will definitely make more of these :D
Macarena Ibsen (1 year ago)
1/8000? wouldn't that fast shutter be too dark specially with an iso of 100? I'm lost. Is it different with each lens? Can someone explain?
Macarena Ibsen (1 year ago)
I get it now. Thank you!
SzalaiCreations (1 year ago)
She's using a fast lens with an aperture around 1.4 - 2.0 so it let's in quite a bit of light. Its also a bright day so when shooting outside with a wide aperture, you would normally need a faster shutter speed :)
Andres‼ (1 year ago)
Macarena Ibsen depends on the aperture and she got a 1.4 lens so that means that it lets a lot of light getting into the sensor
Jing image (1 year ago)
love your video
Julia Trotti (1 year ago)
Thank you!
The Baking Bomb (1 year ago)
i love your compositions and editing!! in love with all your bts vids!
Julia Trotti (1 year ago)
Thank you so much :D
Wonderful video and nice colors. Love it
Julia Trotti (1 year ago)
Thank you!

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