Friday, March 2, 2012

Xtine Shea part 1

Model shoots – these are very fun.  I think I like doing these the most.  Me the camera and gorgeous women, that’s living right there.  Just the same, my goal is an artistic photograph rather than a commercial one.  I’d love to do commercial work like this but my view of beautiful is not quite in line with what the world of modeling thinks is beautiful.  Anorexia is an ugly thing to me.  But this is not about that.  This is about Xtine Shea.  We shot this back on December 5th, 2010.  It was the same day I did my second shoot with Jeanilee too.  That post is earlier though.  Here is Xtine Shea, part 1.







6 photos – aperture, shutter speed and ISO set by the camera again because I was shooting in program mode once again.  Why you may ask?  Because, I really wasn’t experimenting with manually focusing the camera.  And the ISO was set to auto too.  The only thing really unusual was that I used my EF 75-300mm f/4.0-5.6 lens for those first two photos.  Thus we have that shallow depth of field effect.  The last 4 photographs were shot with my kit lens, EF-S18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS.  All this was on my Canon EOS Rebel XS.  This is a 2 part shoot – because she changed out fits.  We’ll look at part 2 next post because this post is in the record books!