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Wednesday
Jun272012

Rob - Portrait Study #2

On Wednesday I got together with local DC musician Rob Pierangeli to do a quick portrait session. I used a single light set up (+ back ground light) with a small umbrella and worked on building a composition using the contrasting areas of lights and darks that this created - something I had been interested in experimenting with and I felt would also work well for Rob. My favorites are below with a few more here.

One thing you do find about simple lighting set ups, they allow you to focus a bit more attention on the subject - less time juggling and more time interacting is a good thing in many ways.

 

 

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