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In this tutorial, Peter explains how he finds inspirational photos for his storyboards.

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Fashion Gone Rouge


12 comments on “Storyboard

  • Peter, do you share/discuss mood boards with models before the day of the shoot? I’ve seen you going through your storyboard folder at the beginning of the shoot, when they’re already in your studio. But I’m now looking for the best way to share my ideas for the shoot (mood, styling, expression, etc.) with the model a few days before so that both sides can decide what suits them best and prepare better for the shoot itself. Pinterest seems like a good way to go, but I’m also thinking about a shared onedrive folder (doesn’t need an account, works everywhere).

    • Hi Maciej, unless it’s commercial the client will send me a moodboard before the shoot, but for all my own shoots we create the moodboard on the day looking through my inspiration folder. It’s full of photos that I’ve collected over the years so I’m going to like anything the model picks. Bec tells them when organising the shoot that this is how I work, and sometimes they also bring in their own reference photos on the day too.
      Pinterest is a great way to collaborate for moodboards but yeah you will both need an account, I don’t know much about onedrive but that also sounds like a pretty easy way to do it.

  • I use pinterest a lot, and like how it has folders/albums you can add your photos into. I also download the images for my own folder setup. I use Nikon Space it gives me 20GB of storage and you can password protect a shared photo album. also allow models to directly download the photos. And it interfaces with Nikon Snap Bridge App that auto uploads BlueTooth connected camera images to the sight (at low rez). ie While shooting outside all my photos will be auto uploaded to the site, Wireless Tether shooting.

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