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AshletD-1 - Ashley was looking at another photographer when I took this image, but I really like her expression and composition.
AshleyD-2 - The soft light coming though the open doorway of the studio is very flattering, similar to windowlight portraiture.
AshleyD-3 - I really liked the bold geometric pattern of the stome wall, so I used it as a background for this portrait. Her strait looking into the lens of the camera seems to accentualte the boldness of the background.
AdriaD-1 - This photo was taken in the doorway of the studio, when we were first going out. This type of lighting I would call 'windowlight portrait" lighting - even though there was no window!
AdriaD-2 - This is a high key portrait, taken in an open area with a light background, which I chose to eliminate entirely. This is beautiful soft lighting found in the shade of a building.
AdriaD-3 - This portrait was taken in a car lot next to a sports car dealer. The sunlight was blinding, and I chose to make the photo almost posterized. She was facing away from the light, and with her had the exposure was based on her face, and the rest was allowed to be very over-exposed.