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Photoshoot with theme of "Black Swan", Leiria, Portugal

Photoshoot with theme of "Black Swan", Leiria, Portugal
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cahit
 
cahit September 09, 2019
Very beautiful
ingapyata
ingapyata September 09, 2019
Thank you!

Behind The Lens

Location
The photo was taken in the Leiria city, Portugal
Time
This moment was captured between about 3 p.m. and 5 p.m. with strong sun light
Lighting
I was just waiting for this moment, and besides the strong sun light, I think the result is very good. The bonus was to include the pigeons at the church entrance.
Equipment
This photo was shot on a Canon 6D with 24-105mm lens f/4, only.
Inspiration
The whole photo event was inspired on the movie "Black Swan" with Natalie Portman and Mila Kunis. In this case, it was important to improvise and feel/see the good picture. I knew the the shot was close to be captured, the dancer was posing differently, and finally, it is done!
Editing
The photo was edited in the Lightroom software. It was necessary reduce the highlights, because of the strong sun light, pulled up a little the shadows, corrected the contrast, and cropped the photo.
In my camera bag
Indispensable equipment is my Canon 6D body with 24-105mm f/4 lens. I like to capture the wide angle and this lens is very versatile.
Feedback
The only thing I will suggest for others photographers is to do this kind of photo sessions very early with sunrise or later than I did, like at sunset, for example. For the rest, interact with your model/dancer. Make sure she/he is relaxed and feel free to move and also to talk to you, try different angles and different (dancing) poses. Be confident and sometimes show some photos you are doing/taking of the model, she/he will appreciate and you always can use this moment and compliment the model.

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