In front of the lens, Part II

In front of the lens, Part II

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Here are a few images from my portrait session with Steven Mastroianni. I was so nervous! This shot was taken with available light and a reflector, in my studio.

Suddenly feeling a little shy here.

Also available light. I think this one looks the most like me. I’m always cracking jokes and I like to laugh.

Outside in the alley, trying to be cool 🙂 It’s fun to be creative and spontaneous, and use whatever surroundings are available. I’ve always believed you don’t need a beautiful park or a perfectly flowering shrub to take a good photo.

Even Hamlet got in on the action. I think he was just whining because he wanted to be on my lap.

All in all, it was an enjoyable photo session, and as I mentioned before, I have more sympathy for my subjects now.

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  1. kathy
    April 21, 2008

    !!! they are stunning! i love the colors of the first one, i love the one of you laughing, the turn of your mouth where you are looking “shy” is a great capture. oh! and hamlet is looking AWESOME too.
    so cool! 🙂

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