Join Top Pro Jim Schmelzer as he uses the Westcott Spiderlite TD6 lights to discuss basic studio lighting fundamentals. During part five of this five part series, Jim discusses camera settings, camera placement, and posing. He recommends using a light meter in ensure accurate settings, zooming in with a wide-angle lens in instead of shooting closely, and always having the model angle their face for flattering imagery.Background LightBackground & Kicker LightBackground & Kicker & Hair LightBackground & Kicker & Hair & Main LightsBackground & Kicker & Hair & Main Lights & ReflectorJim Schmelzer is an award-winning photographer, lecturer and trainer focusing in high school senior portraits and weddings. He is a Master Craftsman Photographer and holds a Master’s Degree with Wedding and Portrait Photographers International. He has also been a technical representative and lighting adviser for F.J. Westcott for over 25 years.The Spiderlite TD6 is the most powerful and compact constant lighting system available today. This durable unit is perfect for on-location or in the studio offering up to 1200 effective watts of power per light. The Spiderlite TD6 offers the ability to switch between cool daylight fluorescent lamps to Tungsten Halogen hot lamps. Be prepared for any situation with one light head that can offer both options!Westcott Lighting Gear in Action Spiderlite TD6 and Tilter Bracket6220 36" x 48" Pro Shallow Softbox4838 12" x 36" Pro Stripbank3666 42" Sunlight/Silver Panel1408 Share this:Share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window) You must log in to post a comment.