Instead of a long post I thought I’d share two from a recent shoot.
The first one was shot at night at the Bell Tower in the city. With the advent of DSLRs capable of insane ISOs, shooting at night without flash suddenly became possible.
This was shot handheld at 1/60s, f/2.8, 6400 ISO
The second image is an example of seeing great light and taking full advantage of it regardless of location.
This was shot in the corridor outside their apartment. It was mid-afternoon and the sun was coming in through the window at the far end. It was just a plain hallway but the light pouring in made for a great setting. Which goes to show sometimes location is not always the most important thing. If you have great light, any place you choose to do the shoot will look awesome.
Have a great week everyone!