Last week my wife, brother and I got together and had a blast taking pictures of expressions to be placed in a collage. The ideal for the project came from this article I came across while browsing my news feeds.
The setup for the shoot was very simple. It required one flash, 60 inch umbrella, and a reflector. Everything was shot against white seamless with the camera placed on a tripod.
Once everything was setup it was just a matter of yelling out different things and trying to act them out the best we could.
Afterwards, the images were converted to black and white and cropped in Adobe Lightroom.
Overall, the shoot went extremely well. However, I did break my umbrella before the shoot started and I forgot to fix my settings on my camera. All the images were shot on ISO 2000, Ooops!