Charlene in the studio

The first formal portrait shoot that I’ve done for a while but I enjoyed creating some images of Charlene in her RAF uniform for her mother. However, I’d forgotten that I’d promised my studio to an artist friend for her life-drawing weekend when Charlene rang and asked if she could call in this weekend while she is at home on leave, so it was a case of squeezing Charlene in during the artists’ lunch break. This meant that once we’d got rid of the large naked lady and the artists, we only had a small corner in which to shoot around all the easles and chairs, but sometimes simplicity is a good thing and so I just used a white wall, some window light and a very large softbox to create some clean three-quarter length portraits before taping up some black velvet and going for a dark background with the addition of a couple of CTB gelled speedlights as kickers.

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