The ever so lovely Harriett Langley – This is a new take on a shot of Harry I took a while back now. We are nearly out of lockdown here in the UK, but we still have a few of weeks to go…
Sony FE 28-70mm F3.5-5.6OSS Lens
Here’s a striking shot of Harry (previously unseen). A mix of Venetian, Blade Runneresque, Mardi Gras make up.
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This is a cute shot of Katie, taken during a her first session modelling. She has a natural feminine grace, and a porcelain complexion.
This is shot directly in the afternoon sun. You can see that the sun is top right, from the side, slightly behind the model. There is a half gold reflector, filling the shadows from the left. It’s set parallel to the model, so that it doesn’t “uplight” her.
Here’s a lovely shot of Marianne that I took a little while back for a large biotech client. I knew it was going to be an interesting shoot, as, during the recce for the shoot, the client and I spotted the atrium with the light pendants.
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