Tuesday, November 1, 2011

Glamour Girl

Amalia



Amalia as a French revolutionary. She was trying her best to look murderous.

I photographed Amalia in Steve's studio last night, even though I was pretty sick with a cold. Steve set up back lighting, as well as a softbox, as he did for Peter's photos below. He took pictures as well, some of which he'll probably post on his site, eventually.

Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Sunday, August 7, 2011

Michaelle


These are from yesterday's shoot. I haven't even had a chance to look at all the pictures carefully yet, but here are a few. We had a lot of fun on this shoot.

Chloe and Michaelle



Wednesday, August 3, 2011


Betsy!

taken with a softbox (a diffused flash)
with available light, more diffused.



with available light, less diffused

I was experimenting with different kinds of lighting. Which do you like better?

Friday, July 29, 2011

Chantelle



I think this was done with just the modelling light, filtered through a diffuser. I like it because it gets rid of the shadows without making her face look flat, as the harder light sometimes did.

Chantelle


Chan was a great model. Not only gorgeous but full of forebearance. I haven't worked over these pictures at all yet. Just took them last night.

Steve might've taken one or both of these, but I'm not sure. We didn't keep careful track this time. I think the first was with the softbox and the second with the harder light.

Chantelle


With a softbox. Halfway through the shoot, Chan got her hair wet, to let the curls come back.
After the shoot was over, when Chan's hair had dried, I noticed that her curls had come back and she looked wonderful, so we took a few more pics like that. They ended up being some of my favorites.

Monday, July 25, 2011

Back to the 80s


A certain photographer who shall remain nameless took these of me today because i needed a picture for work.

Saturday, July 23, 2011

Schnackenburg



Kind of a strange looking boat. This was on the border to former East Germany, so there was a border museum there and some old lookout towers.

Steve

In the Countryside around Lüneburg





This helpful sign advises on the optimal speed for driving off the dock into the water. There were some other good signs, but I didn't want to keep asking Steve to stop the car.

Steve got this idea to do closeups in a corn field on the way home and this was one that i took.
These flowers were bordering the cornfield.

Lüneburg