This shot was a lot of fun to take. Leith Hynds, the lead singer of Vaultry, was recording a more pop-like vocal track in this photo. It's not his usual style, so he was almost laughing from the discomfort; though, he was killing it the entire time!
Camera: Canon EOS 5D Mark II
Lens: Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 STM
Shutter Speed: 1/160 second
White Balance: Shade
Photoshop Camera RAW: I increased the exposure and brightened the shadows to achieve a flatter, less contrasted image. I brought the highlights and whites down to keep them from being too overpowering. I also darkened the blacks to prevent the photo from looking too washed out, and increased the clarity to bring out more detail. I then cross-processed the image in the curves section. After that was done, I moved on to the colour portion of the program. I saturated the oranges and the reds to bring some colour back into the skin. I also saturated the greens to make the background a little more dynamic. In the split-toning section, I added a touch of pink in the highlights and a touch of blue in the shadows. I then went back to the curves to add a matte finish to the photo.
Photoshop: I did nothing else to the photo except for save it as a JPEG.