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My first model photoshoot
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March 16, 2015
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Hey folks…I am back, and I have moved to the world of digital.  Did my first studio photoshoot with a model.  Her name is Shaela.

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 Please ignore the watermark.  I forgot to remove it before I exported from Lightroom

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March 17, 2015
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Great job! A lots of energy and personality. Did she moved herself or you give her some direction? Love full body image my the brick wall – very sexy and feminine. Also interesting lightening. 

From the studio I like B&W with the hat the most. I like the connection she give. She has beautiful eyes. Also light is great. Looks like you used 2 light from both sides, right?

March 17, 2015
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Well it was a workshop I went to.  Each photographer got one on one time with the model, but the lighting was effectively done for us.  There were two strobes (elinchrome 500 something or others), plus 2 continuous light thingies behind and to the left and right of her. 

 

She was a professional model and didn’t require any direction, but there were a few shots that I directed her because I did want to achieve a certain look and expression.  She was very awesome about it, and was lots of fun to work with. 

 

She does have fantastic eyes…also she has a belly button piercing that is a hanging skeleton which I love.  She liked to make silly faces every once in a while to keep things interesting. 

It was lots of fun, and I will be doing more workshops with this studio to get more practice and knowledge.

March 20, 2015
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That is great Brian! Looking forward to see more!!!

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