John_Ray_Photography June 14, 2018
Great image
MissHuniBuni July 23, 2018
Thank you!
gregmoore_5763 August 01, 2018
Semble si naturel!

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Behind The Lens

My sister and I were playing with the light at golden hour at a local National World War I monument. Such beautiful lighting we couldn't resist playing with some backlit images.
This photo was taken around sunset June 9, 2018. I loved being able to capture the golden glow with her red hair, it always has such a magical feel. The wind helped make the photo feel a bit more whimsical.
My favorite lighting to shoot in his golden hour. It feels so magical to me. The evening felt amazing, perfect breeze, amazing view of the city being lit up by the golden sun.
This was shot with a Nikon D7100 with a 50mm lens, no flash or tripod was used.
So many of my photos are simply inspired by the light! I also loved how the wind was whipping her hair around and wanted to capture it.
I edited this in Photoshop CC 2018 hand edited then I also used an overlay to make it pop with a warm glow to enhance the sunset.
In my camera bag
Generally, I carry my meke speedlight that can be mounted on top of my camera but generally prefer shooting in natural light. I love to shoot with my 85mm lens but in this instance was using my 50mm.
Shooting at Dawn or Dusk are key for capturing the amazing glow that the sun projects. I like to keep my iso up to at least 640 because it seems to give me a lovely glow when I am editing my raw photos.

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