One of the draw backs of the iPhone is that it is hard to shoot photo's in a typical studio set up. This is due to the fact that that there is no way to sync the camera with studio strobes. Tonight I was able to show my students a lighting set up that not only works well for DSLR's but for the iPhone as well.
The set up here is using a continuous light source to light our subject. Our lighting equipment where four banks of fluorescent light fixtures with bulbs balanced at 5000K. This particular formation was creating a window of light from the fixtures with one on top and one on the bottom and another on each side. This gives a look similar to a ring light but is a lot larger. You then have the option to shoot through the middle or from the sides.
The lovely Breanna was once again in to model for my class and had a lot of fun with it. I tried a couple of different things in this series. All where cropped in Snapseed with the frame added in this app or in RealCamera+. The only other adjustment was a slight exposure and contrast adjustment. The first image is my Instagram 366 photo of the day.