I'm mentioned my model Liv many times. We've known each other since she was in elementary school with my sister and is home from college for winter break right now so we decided to do a shoot. Liv wanted something kind of vintage, which reminded me of a senior picture shoot I did over summer. We decided to revisit that location with some great thrift store finds. At sunrise. Getting up early is not my strong point but something I really need to work on, plus the light is always beautiful.
Of course, switching between lenses made it difficult because I was using the f1.4 and the first frame or two after switching would be either too dark or completely blown out. HOWEVER, there is this magical thing called camera RAW which allowed some saving. Check out how awesome this before and after is!
The top is straight out of camera. The bottom is after some tinkering around in LightRoom. Sometimes mistakes turn out really well!! Now for the intentional images....
I just had to edit this all old-timey. The fall-off from the f1.4 is beautiful and I love how the necklace and lace of the dress look. She looks straight out of the 19th century.
Love her poses!
The light and lines in this makes it a favorite. Plus Liv has a stunning profile - having a good model can make or break a photo.
Of course, I had to go and love the vintage look in black and white which took out the lovely colors but there's an image on my facebook page from this shoot in color. Go love it!