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Behind The Lens

Location
This photo was a photo session with a close friend on Portland's South Waterfront. I'd only been photographing for a year and we had so much fun!
Time
This was right at "rush-hour" - about 5:30pm.
Lighting
It was very bright, direct sunlight. This worked wonderfully with an open aperture and in this photo, she's squinting looking off into the distance. It was windy & sunny and I caught her at a perfect moment!
Equipment
I used my sturdy film camera, my Nikon N75
Inspiration
My friend is beautiful and with the wind and her hair I wanted to try for a super rock'n'roll album cover look.
Editing
This is a digital image of a hand-printed, real film photograph.
In my camera bag
My equipment in my bag changes cameras quite often. Of late, I'm using almost exclusively digital (Nikon D610), but one different piece I always have is my blind-cane! I went blind three years ago and though surgeries saved my vision--it is still super wonky. So sometimes that cane is more important than any tripod could ever be!
Feedback
Let the wind blow naturally. Don't try to control the model's hair. And using direct sun, open your aperture wide. Something like 5.6, and have fun!

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