So they made us sit a certain way in order to 'balance' the weight on the craft. Somehow that meant I needed to sit up front. Eek! I had to make sure I didn't touch anything hahaha. Which was kind of hard since my legs are superlong and there are foot pedals I had to avoid so I wouldn't accidentally steer the plane hahaha.
But overall, a great experience. Thank you to Fred's company :)
I decided to try something different with presenting my photos. Instead of having each one individually framed with a watermark, I popped them all into a template... to kind of condense it. I'm still working on it, but hope it's easier on the eyes.
To see more pictures, here's my facebook album:
Also, we set up our studio on my parents' ever-so-spacious basement. Wow.. so much space. How did we manage to set up a studio in our teeny apartment in Cali? Well, I guess where there's a will, there's a way. At any rate, seamless paper is awesome. We had to figure out how to make the background a bright white, so it took some tweaking. But basically, we blanketed our background with light and then used another light for the foreground. We are missing a light though so right now we're only working with 2 lights. I think the plan is to get a continous light source for the background and then have 2 flashes in the front for our key light and our fill. So these are the results of our first 'studio' session. Really, we were just playing around. But I'm excited to complete the set-up and start holding portrait sessions. All our stuff is finally arriving on Wednesday so we'll be in full swing by May. Let me know if you want a photoshoot - indoor or out or both!