Loft Light

By: Gustav Hoiland

Dec 27 2011

Category: portrait

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Aperture:f/4
Focal Length:17mm
ISO:1600
Shutter:1/30 sec
Camera:Canon EOS 5D Mark II

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The biggest question of the day, perhaps even the true question of the times we’re living in, is as follows: Did the ice freeze smooth on the lake? And the second question on the podium of profoundness: Does anything but the first question matter? All’s I know is I can walk over to a nearby shoreline, throw some skates on, and have a square mile of frozen playground at my disposal… IF it froze smooth.

Brought all of the flashes, stands, reflectors, and other goodness out last night just in case there’d be another big portrait session. Turns out it was a whole lot easier to just use the ceiling light.

Usually these lights cast gaudy shadows over people in an already low-light environment. Not good. BUT! Tell’em to look into the light, stare into its incandescent majesty and behold! Behold! And then the faces are shadows free.

Walks, dentists, tea, photographulatory continuations, etc

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