Mysha: The Suited Project

April 19, 2015  •  Leave a Comment

I first met Mysha six years ago. She was a blast. I captured some really interesting images but knew that I needed to get her in front of my camera again as my skills and vision changed. Fast forward through a couple years worth of facebook messages and texts and "we need to shoot"'s and we finally end up with a curvy beautiful woman in a suit at the beach on a beautiful spring day on Long Island. 40 minutes to drive 8 miles, wind, signs extolling the virtues of staying away from the vicious deer, etc and we finally figured out a way to shoot again. In my opinion it was well worth the wait and I hope to get Mysha in front of my lens in the city soon...

D810, 14-24, 35 1.4, 50 1.4, SB-910, 

Most images (and it will be obvious which ones are exceptions) were shot with one SB-910 either bare due to the wind or with a cool softbox that my friend Matt Hill hooked me up with called the Impact Hexi 24 - I have had it for a few weeks and didn't really get the chance to play with it till this week and I'm even more excited now to try it out on more controlled days. Super easy to set up and the light quality was excellent. For under 200 bucks you can have the softbox, a grid for it, and a stand. The way that it gets into shape is unique compared to the other small octa boxes i've used. 


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