Hey everybody, my name is Rex, I currently live in Saint George, Utah. Most of my photography is one landscape or another, but on occasion I'll dabble in portraiture. I really don't have the gear, or much interest, to shoot any highly stylized portraits with any unique lighting. So I stick to natural light for pretty much all of my portraits!...
The model wanted to try something new with this shot. She wanted to try a blend of a casual setup with just a hint of boudoir. I think I may have discovered a style that is just too much fun! Oh, and I instantly became a fan of working with big sets of stairs, we had a lot of fun making the most of this location.
Shot a roll of Fujicolor Pro 160NS in early november 2016 in pretty low light conditions. Shot with Mamiya RZ67 Pro medium format film camera with Mamiya Sekor 110mm F2.8 at F2.8. SS 1/30s. Lab/Scan: Kuvapaijula Oy, Turku, Finland.
Critique and comments are welcome!
Another one from my photo sessions in Brooklyn, Park Slope NYC. The sky was clear and the summer. The sun was definitely helping me create some great shots that day and of course my model helped. What do you think?
A model that I came across on Instagram agreed to work with me. So we we planned and planned and came up with the results you see here. The clear sunny day proved to be magical almost in this photo. The beam of sunlight hit my subject graciously. (No flash was used in the making of this photo)
I had a lot of fun really pushing the bokeh on the 85mm for this shot. It really made the different elemental planes in the background really fun to work with, both the backdrop itself and the falling water droplets.