My wife actually agreed to be my subject for a body scape session which totally took me off guard and a bit unprepared.
I have been practicing a bit on myself with just my face and flashlight (setting my camera on 2 second delay) so I can get back into position and they are not impressive. It is obvious the light needs to be softened a bit and the 1/2 second shutter speed seems ok, but that results in a high ISO.
Based on my camera equipment I am looking for suggestions because this may be my one and only chance.
For lenses I have 100mm and a 17-55mm. I really like the 100mm but that would only be good for the face unless I am going to stand on the other side of the room for more of the body.
For lightning I have some flashlights and those bright workshop lights. So, I need some recommended MacGyver setups to obtain the proper lighting with these items.
Also, what you finding works best? A fixed 100 ISO and .5, 1, 2 (more or less) shutter speed? I figure the slower shutter speed only opens the door for a blurry picture as it would be hard for the person to remain still.