This session started out as a self portrait because I got new seamless backdrop and wanted to test it today before my session tomorrow. I set up the softbox and the reflector and the floor.
Then David, whom first introduced me to the concept of F-stops, ISO and shutter speeds (yes, he knew that stuff way before I did) wanted to stay and help after the set up. He later told me he wanted to work in something he's not usually to comfortable with, and that is photographing people and studio lights. Don't get me wrong, he's an outstanding photographer but he usually enjoys abandoned buildings and dark details.
So he jumped right in and added another light to my set up and I must say it did improve the look and feel of the image.
I'm happy with the images and I love the backdrop (thanks babe' for picking that up for me)
Images viewed: Shore Magazine Bride - Spring 2010
Pages read in the The Hot Shoe Diaries: Big Light from Small Flashes by Joe McNally 79-112