I had a great time photographing Sam outside of Clare, Michigan in mid April. For this shoot we bought a handful of smoke bombs in a variety of colors to use as a background. In the first series of images shot with a red smoke bomb I shot with natural light. For the rest of the images I added three flashes (two as rim lights) and one as a key light all of which being bare bulb. The two behind the scenes shows had a Godox Octabox on the key light. I decided to stick with the harder bare bulbs so I could shoot at a lower power and quicker. I set my cameras camera intervalometer to take an image every 2 seconds while I moved the smoke around Sam with camera set on a tripod and on manual focus. I had a great time working Sam and look forward to working with her again in the future.
Graduate from the Hallmark Institute of Photography and Highest Academic Honor recipient.
Published in several magazines including Shutterbug, Digital Photo, Outdoor Photographer, and PDNedu.
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