Putting the Mood Board Together
A course by Julia Robbs , Photographer
Learn how to capture unique portraits by exploring different professional studio lighting setups
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About the video: Putting the Mood Board Together
“In this lesson, I will talk about why it’s important to conceptualize your photoshoot beforehand and how to organize your shoot visually with a mood board.”
In this video lesson Julia Robbs addresses the topic: Putting the Mood Board Together, which is part of the Domestika online course: Studio Lighting 101. Learn how to capture unique portraits by exploring different professional studio lighting setups.
Partial transcription of the video
“Putting the Mood Board Together In this lesson I'll talk about why it's important to conceptualize your photo shoot beforehand, and then how to visually organize all your ideas into a mood board. Let's see how I do mine. I build my mood boards in Google Slides, so this is where we'll start. I've already started on a slide presentation and I'll walk you through every slide and show you what I put in it. On this very first one, which is my introduction, I'll put my name in really big, so you can't forget who I am. Below that, I'm gonna put a title. This is gonna be the mood board for our dayl...”
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Course summary: Studio Lighting 101
CategoryPhotography & Video
SoftwareAdobe Photoshop, Capture One
AreasDigital photography, Photographic Lighting, Photography, Studio Photography
Julia Robbs is a commercial photographer based in New York City. Before moving to NYC, she was raised in France and studied photography in Chicago and Atlanta. Her work aims to be clean, polished, and thoughtful, while remaining authentic to her subjects.
Julia’s photography allows her to travel the world while developing her craft, and covers a wide range of fields, including lifestyle, portraiture, beauty, and fashion. Her client list includes Erno Laszlo, Odette NY, Refinery29, Etsy, Dropbox, Armand de Brignac, Urban Outfitters, Mailchimp, and more.