This portrait was taken as it began to rain and we took cover under the magnolia tree. I took off his little shirt because it had a stain. This portrait was taken right before his first haircut. The natural light with his red toned hair and green eyes were just beautiful!
Photograph taken during a photography workshop in Melbourne, Australia
The model Teisha, posing with her face towards the camera and her back against the wall whilst under a bridge on a rainy day on the streets of Melbourne, Australia.
Location: under a bridge on the streets of Melbourne, Australia
Lighting: Natural light
Camera: Sony A7rii
Lens: 70-200mm F/2.8 GM
Settings: ISO 800, f/2.8, 1/320s
Blue eyed beauty <3
Photographer: Theresa Sujata Senti / SujARTa
Model: Svenja Hefti
MuA: Gina da Mutten
This photo was taken at a homeshooting session with lovely Lorena. She had absolutely zero experience in front of a camera and it was her very first shooting ever. I remember her saying "I´m not a very confident person and I hope I don´t get too nervous. You need to tell me everything I have to do". We shot for three hours and we got some great results. This one is my favorite from this session. Shot in front of a large window. Available light only.
A beautiful model, a talented make up artis, a great location and a little luck that the sun comes out just at the rigth time. This was the recipe for this great picture. Many thanks to the whole Team for this joint work.
Photographer: SaCa Art Photography / Sabine Cavegn
Make up Artist: Myriam Iten
Assistent: Markus Brändle
My model: Arijeta. She is not a professional model, but she has behaved like one.
The weather conditions were bad (cold and rainy). The picture was taken with soft daylight and with the help of a wind machine right outside the front door of my house. The goal was to take some nice pictures. It seems we did it ;-)
I have photographed about two years now and I have learned everything from how to use the camera to lighting, all by myself. This photo is from one of my test sessions with one my trusted volunteer models. This is my favorite photo from that shoot. I love how to light lands on her face and body. She has amazingly beautiful, edgy face that gives the photo some curves and edges.
Portrait of former diplomat and ambassador Pierre Schori. Once working closely with Olof Palme, he is nowadays mostly busy holding speeches and writing books.
I have always wanted to make a portrait of him, but to get his acceptance was not easy.
About the photo shoot:
I usually request 2-3 hours for a photo shoot with a sitter, but I also knew that this would be a bit stretched for Mr Schori. We settled on one hour and a date was decided. Since it was several months between our first contact and the day for the shoot, I had plenty of time to visualize this portrait and to make the whole process a minimum of hassle for Mr Schori. The deal was to shoot near his home and I went for a reconnaissance trip the day before. The weather was horrible with hard wind and snow and the initial idea to have this photo shoot outside had to be cancelled. On the morning of the actual shoot, Mr Schori said I had 15 minutes! My original 2-3 hours shrunk to a few minutes. Mr Schori arrived at my make-shift studio, we talked a bit, I took some photographs and off he went. 14 minutes later.
The story behind this picture is simple. I took the picture after we’d finished the photo session. In fact, we’d planned to take a picture with the model wearing a hood, but then we forgot to do it. It was only after we’d finished the session and packed up our equipment — when the model was about to leave — that we remembered the picture we’d planned to take. So we took it on the fly, in five minutes or so, and that’s how the best picture in the whole session was created.
I have worked with fashion blogger Fashionably Petite on several occasions. This was from one of our very first shoots together showcasing summer white's fashion in an Ava and Aiden dress and these super cute Dr. Scholls wedge sandals. The photo was so well received that Ciate London and Dr. Scholls reposted the original image.
View the entire blog post by Fashionably Petite here: http://www.fashionablypetite.com/2016/07/style-post-chic-summer-whites.html
Krystal Pratt is a published photographer based out of NJ/NY and photographs: couples, bloggers, models and weddings.
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This portrait was one of my first professional portrait and I'm really proud of it. The light settings was really simple, with a unique flash light behind a big light diffusor. The model (Dharma Mangia) was absolutely great. I used tungsten light to underline the color of the eye iris. This image was taken in Rome in Studio 144 with the great styling of the former model Valentina Feula.