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Behind The Lens

Location
I took this photo at the Barbican in London which is a fantastic location for both Architectural and Portrait photography. Go there at the right time of the day and it's simply stunning!
Time
We headed to the location late in the afternoon because we wanted some soft light against the brutalist architecture at the Barbican.
Lighting
I only used the available, natural light which was absolutely perfect that day, the way it filtered through the massive concrete columns created a magical atmosphere.
Equipment
This was shot with my Fujifilm X-T2 and 90mm f2 lens.
Inspiration
This image is part of a bigger photoshoot I was doing for a fashion designer friend who created this awesome collection of clothes and wanted photos for her new website. It was actually my first time doing a fashion shoot and I was lucky the model was super relaxed and knew how to pose with little direction, because it really made my job easier!
Editing
Post processing mostly comprised of slightly adjusting the colour tones, contrast and exposure.
In my camera bag
At the moment I shoot mainly Weddings for which I use a Nikon D750 with prime lenses, and Architecture for which I use my Fuji XT-2 and 10-24mm f4 lens.
Feedback
The best advice would probably be to always look out for the best light as that is one thing that can really make or break a photo. Oh, and get a friend who designs awesome clothes!!

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