Senior portrait session that I shot today at The Veritas Studio. I used the 5D mark III with an Eye-Fi card and a new iPad to let the client have a live preview of the photos. See the video below for a demonstration on how this works.
Hey, this is Chris with FlorioPics.com and today I’m here at The VERITAS Studio to do a senior portrait session. I got a new 5D mark III camera that just came out and I also have an Eye-Fi X2 SD card and an iPad 3. So one feature of the 5D mark III that is very important for what I’m going to show you today is the fact that it has two slots for cards; One being a CF card slot and then the other being an SD card slot. So, it has two slots. What you want to do is have small sized jpegs be saved to your Eye-Fi card and raw files be saved to the CF card. How you set this up is you go to your menu system. The first menu item on the first page is your image quality. Before you can edit this where each card has a different file type independently of each other, you go to the wrench menu Record func+card/folder menu. I’ve chosen “Record Separately”.
I’m here with my clients that are having a Senior portrait today, and I’m going to hand my iPad to the Mom who will watch the photoshoot and see the photos live through the Eye-Fi app on the iPad. What I have found is that if you give the iPad to your client, they have something to do while the photoshoot is going on. They will be more familiar with the photos when it comes time to review them and order prints or products and they can make changes to wardrobe and other looks while the photoshoot is going on – it’s much easier to do it now rather than later. Well that’s it, thanks for watching my video. Be sure to go to Facebook and hit like as well as check out my website: FlorioPics.com