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Many thanks to my awesome model.
Only with natural light.

Many thanks to my awesome model.
Only with natural light.
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terrycoogan PRO
 
terrycoogan July 17, 2020
Fantastic photos, incredible model. stunning!
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PixelsInLightspace July 17, 2020
Thank you very much :-)
harmeetsingh
 
harmeetsingh August 17, 2020
wow..
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PixelsInLightspace August 17, 2020
;-) thanks

Behind The Lens

Location
The photo was taken during a indoor photoshooting in Zurich, Switzerland.
Time
We made this photo on 2019 April the 28th at about 11:15.
Lighting
Because I love natural light, for this picture the only source of light was the natural light. There was some backlight from the windows behind the model but not to strong so I could handle it well in the postprocessing.
Equipment
For this shot I used my Nikon D810 in combination with the stunning Sigma 85mm f1.4 Art Lens.
Inspiration
The goal was to take some funny indoor boudoir shots.
Editing
Always! Sometimes more and sometimes less! In this case less, because the idea is here the supporting part. My workflow: After selecting the photos to edit, I choose the color look for each set, then I correct, if necessary, the light of the picture. Then the picture is cropped if necessary and that's it.
In my camera bag
For my portrait shootings I usually use my full format DSLR with a set of (relatively) fast primes: A 50mm, a 85mm or 90mm macro, the magnificent Sigma 24-35mm f2.0 Art Zoom for the slightly wider angles and the 70-200mm.
Feedback
With a good idea and a relaxed model in a good mood you have nearly everything you need. Then choose your shooting location and watch the light during the shoot. A camera with manual control (but don't forget: the best camera is the one you have with you) and then go for it. And yes, don't forget to do some the post-processing ;-)

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