The last six weeks have been absolutely crazy for me between portrait headhshots, proms, weddings, graduations and the 2012 NCAA Women’s Lacrosse Championships. Not to mention my parents 50th Wedding Anniversary was just this past weekend. It’s the best excuse I have for neglecting my blog for the last month. However, I will do my best to catch up with some great images and comments on what has kept me behind the lens and in front of a computer all this time.
It’s probably best to start with the most recent, which is a headshot session with Alli who I have photographed throughout high school playing soccer and lacrosse. Most recently, she graduated from a D1 school in Pennsylvania where she was starting player for the women’s lacrosse team. As a graduate and someone ready to hit the career track, Alli needed a headshot to make her look confident and approachable. Here are some samples from the session, which was taken with a Mamiya RZ67 Pro IID with a 110mm/2.8 lens set to ISO 50, f/11, 1/60th using a Leaf DM33 digital back.
I will post images from other events soon.