Natural Light Photoshoot - Behind the Scenes

Skate Park Behind the Scenes Photoshoot

Here is a quick look at the photoshoot behind the scenes on location at the skate park. I hope you enjoy it. Don't forget to book your Fall photoshoot session now.  Limited spots available due to the popularity and limited timeframe of the Fall colours. 

Author: Marc C

Skate Park Portrait Session - A Natural Light Photoshoot

Natural Light Portrait Session with Ashleigh

This was a fun photoshoot set in a skate park location. I really wanted a model who was animated and had a fun personality, I think Ashleigh was the perfect choice. This was her first time modeling for me and my expectations were far exceeded. She followed direction so well and once I told her to just be herself, well that is when the magic happened. As you can see in the images, she was totally at home in front of the camera.  

The whole photoshoot was shot in natural light with only a 5 in 1 reflector to help with some fill light. We started in very bright sun and after about 45 minutes, it poured with rain for about 30 minutes. After the rain I was lucky to get beautiful diffused sunlight for the remainder of the shoot.  I hope you enjoy these images and I look forward to the feedback.  

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Author: Marc C

Beauty and a Horse - Behind the Scenes

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Some behind the scenes fun during a creative portrait session photoshoot. When a beautiful model and an amazing horse get together I can't help but get awesome images. 
Model: Krystal    Horse: Beau    Wrangler: Kirsten    Makeup: Shelby
Location: Back Of Beyond Equine Centre

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Beauty And A Horse - A Creative Portrait Session

A creative Portrait Session with a Beautiful Model and an Amazing Horse.

This creative portrait session turned out to be a really fun time for everyone involved. Krystal (model) did an amazing job with Beau (horse), she was extremely comfortable leading and riding him.  He seemed to get into the photoshoot as we got more into it, almost like it was his spotlight.

The weather was very bright and sunny, which in itself was a challenge for me. So I searched for shade and open shade to use the softer light source.  I did take advantage of the flares that the sun created. You can spot some in the images, which I think helped with the overall effect.

Many thanks to Back Of Beyond Equine Centre for the use of their location and horses. Also a huge thank you to Kirsten for being so helpful with the wrangling, I could not do it without her. The awesome makeup was provided by Shelby, again many thanks.

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Author: Marc C