Sunny Sunday Afternoon

Sometimes things just come together just right; the model (Miriam) is terrific, the light is fantastic (and my reflector isn’t blowing around), and lessons about subject isolation, both from a depth-of-field effect and angle-of-view effect really hit home. Here I was lucky to be able to shoot at f/2.8 and ISO 100 without blowing out anything, which was pretty handy. And the angle of the 50mm was just right to include some interesting background, and exclude the pathfull of passers-by.

And maybe autumn isn’t so bad after all…

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