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Charis with Tabb Model and Talent

Charis with Tabb Model and Talent
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kurtsnyder
 
kurtsnyder Feb 02
Beautiful photo Kevin. You have posted lots of really excellent images! I enjoyed your page very much! Keep posting yrou excellent work. kurtsnyder
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kevincamp Feb 03
Thank you very much.
markcraig
 
markcraig Feb 02
perfect just perfect
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kevincamp Feb 03
Thank you!
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davidjchedgy Feb 09
Eye catching image.

Behind The Lens

Location
I took that photo in my studio in downtown Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Time
It was in the evening after she was out of school and I was off work.
Lighting
Lighting was simple, a single Vision 4 strobe with 9" x 24" gridded stripbox.
Equipment
Camera was a handheld Fuji X100F
Inspiration
This was part of a portfolio development shoot for Charis. She is a young model with a commercial agency based out of Oklahoma City. Styling was a simple fisherman's hat with leather jacket
Editing
Minor blemish removal.
In my camera bag
Fuji X100F, Fuji TLC teleconverter for Fuji X100 series, Vision 4 strobes (2).
Feedback
Simple is often the best. The more lights and props and unneeded complications offer more opportunities to fail. Let the model's beauty carry the day.

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