We have good framing of Caitlin in our frame,
and that’s about perfect for a head shot. We want to show the length of her hair. We
want to show the color of her hair. We want to also show her face, and not much more than
that, but within that frame, the next thing that we’ll really deal with, is posing, and
the poses for a head shot, for a head shot for an acting or a modeling portfolio. The
posing is going to be very subtle. We’re not going to be doing radically weird things.
They’re primarily looking to see what she looks like, in her facial expressions, and
her character, so the kinds of poses that we’ll deal with, are just subtle things like.
That’s a pretty good framing for a head shot, and that’s certainly adequate, but it would
be a little bit more interesting if we can just shift her shoulders a little bit. Caitlin,
why don’t you rotate just a hair toward yes, so one shoulder is a little bit front. Now,
bring your head around to the front. Very good, and just a little slight tilt. Good,
excellent. Now, let’s see what you’ve got inside that smile. That’s a pretty good shot
right off,right off the top. Now, typically in a head shot section like this, I’ll shoot
off two or three frames, just to help get things rolling. Let’s rotate the other way
around, a little bit. Good. Toss your hair back a little. Nice. Tilt your head that way.
Good. Look right in the camera. Excellent, nice, beautiful. That’s a nice shot right
there, too, and I’ll just continue doing this, until we have something that we know that
she’s going to like.