Sunday, November 29, 2009
Zac has been one of my closest friends from high school and he came to visit over Thanksgiving. Unfortunately for Zac he came became a test subject for my studio class.
I really never know how to tone engagement or wedding photos. I feel like there are million ways and styles, but nothing really fits me. Essentially that is my life story;I've never really fit anything.
More over Zac and Vena endured the cold and my commands to just relax and at about an hour into photographing it all came together. They became relaxed and I started making the pictures. You can't fake intimacy or chemistry, so when it clicked I stalked them through the viewfinder allowing them to do what was natural.
Thank you Zac and Vena for dealing with cold and uncomfortable poses. I hope you enjoy the sneak peek of what is to come.
Monday, November 16, 2009
Monday, November 2, 2009
Wisconsin senior Layla Gilmore models a coat from Burlington Coat Factory along with black and white destroyed jeans from Kingdom.
Lighting setup: Flash fired off gold reflector camera right. Filled in with a umbrella at cameral left.
F11 @ 1/125 ISO 200 White Balance set to cloudy to warm photo. Shot at 70mm with a 70-200mm f2.8 Canon lens.
Wisconsin senior Layla Gilmore describes her look as Urban-chic.
Used a gold reflector camera right at about the same angle as the models arm. Fill flash through white umbrella on camera left just beyond the corner of the dumpster.
F7.1 @ 1/125 ISO 200 White Balance set to cloudy, shot at 98mm.