by • June 28, 2019 • Color, Outdoor, Photography, PortraitsComments (0)113

Sarah Nickole Staten

I have an special attachment to this young model, first she is from native Indian descender and second she is half Russian, both of my favorite groups in the world, we clicked really good and produced some amazing images.
She is a very sweet person and tries to make everybody happy, besides that she is the first one to teach me how to play cards against humanity, I had a blast with that game.

She arrived late night, had a bottle of raspberry flavored vodka which we all enjoyed, she loves guns and we shot some gun themes too.

This picture was outdoors with natural light and we had some help from LED light sticks which helped a lot.

Her hair style allowed this model to present two different looks, one totally shaved and the other as you can see in the image on the right side of your screen.

We completed the day with a Boudoir session, there was a lot to do and very few time to do it so we kept on working on images.
LEDs are available in a wide range of colors and intensities. Instead of adjusting your camera settings and your processing to your film, you can choose the LED lighting that fits your needs. LED lights for photography are available in either daylight or tungsten balance, as well as bi-color.
You see the light

With speedlights and strobes, you have to take several test shots if you want to see how the light looks. But when you use continuous LED lights, you get to see exactly how the light looks and how it changes as you modify it. If you’re new to artificial lighting, LED lights can be a great “bridge” towards using off-camera flash.
More color in the eyes

The iris in your subject’s eyes will be more visible when using LED lights. Because of the continuous lighting, your subject’s pupils won’t be dilated, so you’ll get to see more of the iris and the eyes’ color.
Ability to use either tungsten or daylight color temperature

This depends on the type of light you use. But, if you opt for a bi-color LED light, you’ll be able to adjust the color temperature usually from 3200K to 5500K.
Also if you are onto light modification you can add gels and change the color base of your LED output.
I am planning to work with Sarah in the near future, thinking about a photoshoot in the cabins here in Virginia.

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