Being nervous about shooting #portraits on location is a totally normal experience, so I'm not surprised that that is how I felt.
I mean, normally I spend time photographing objects, interesting views, street scenes etc. Not humans. (well except for my 3 year old daughter)
The shoots to about 30 mins each and were both done indoors, so I had to deal with mixed lighting. The #Nikon D90 seemed to handle both situations very well and what little bit of post production work I did in Adobe Photoshop masked any goofs just as easily.
I submitted my images to the creator of the project and she was delighted. Next month there will be a show in Peterborough where the printed and framed images will be on display for the entire community to enjoy. I have yet to see any of the work by the other photographers. The show should be highly enjoyable and eye opening.
Different interpretations are always interesting, so I'm looking forward to attending the opening. Below is one of the images I created for the project. Stay tuned for scheduling for the show, and please be sure to stop by if you are in town.
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