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Portrait of Celine Bausager

I'm still a novice within portrait photography but I just loves making unique portraits of all kind of people. Working with young female models like Celine demands a completely different approach than working with male models.

This was not supposed to be a dramatic portrait, so I chose to work with soft shadows and an Elinchrom Minisoft-44 beauty dish as main light and a Elicnhrom silver reflector 18 cm with grid from above right as a kicker to add highlight to the hair. I just love the light coming from a beauty dish. Look at her eyes. They just sparkle.

All post processing was conducted in LR4.

Nikon D800 with Sigma 70-200mm f/2.8
1/100 sec at f/9.0, 0EV, ISO 100, 170mm

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