Nicole by Lies Thru a Lens  on Flickr.A través de Flickr:Model - NicoleYear Taken - March 2014Camera - Sony A7RLens - Carl Zeiss 85mm f/1.4Location - StudioNicole
Decided today to do some low ISO work with the new Sony A7R. So far, all the stuff Ive done has been at ISO 3200 and above, so I wondered just how sharp and contrasty the camera would be with the Zeiss lenses at lower ISO’s. Throwing in a bit of studio light as fill, but also using natural light as the main source, I managed to get these images.
So this is Nicole. She is only just 18 years old and this was her first ever photoshoot. Normally, when you work with someone on their first shoot, its a disaster. They have no idea on how to look natural and the images are clunky and awkward. This was NOT the case with young Nicole. 
She is a lovely girl. Incredibly small (5ft 2ins or about 1 meter in foreign :)) and she does look very young. However, her modelling is first class. I wanted her to look natural, candid, and this is the hardest kind of modelling for anyone. She is such a pretty girl, and great fun to work with. She has a cute, fresh look that you don’t find too often in models and only normally see in girls who don’t model. She was relaxed, funny and seemed to lose herself to thought which was great for the type of images I like to capture.Lighting
Great big window above Nicole and a soft box, head height, 4 feet away to the left.

Nicole by Lies Thru a Lens  on Flickr.

A través de Flickr:
Model - Nicole
Year Taken - March 2014
Camera - Sony A7R
Lens - Carl Zeiss 85mm f/1.4
Location - Studio


Nicole

Decided today to do some low ISO work with the new Sony A7R. So far, all the stuff Ive done has been at ISO 3200 and above, so I wondered just how sharp and contrasty the camera would be with the Zeiss lenses at lower ISO’s. Throwing in a bit of studio light as fill, but also using natural light as the main source, I managed to get these images.

So this is Nicole. She is only just 18 years old and this was her first ever photoshoot. Normally, when you work with someone on their first shoot, its a disaster. They have no idea on how to look natural and the images are clunky and awkward. This was NOT the case with young Nicole.

She is a lovely girl. Incredibly small (5ft 2ins or about 1 meter in foreign :)) and she does look very young. However, her modelling is first class. I wanted her to look natural, candid, and this is the hardest kind of modelling for anyone. She is such a pretty girl, and great fun to work with. She has a cute, fresh look that you don’t find too often in models and only normally see in girls who don’t model. She was relaxed, funny and seemed to lose herself to thought which was great for the type of images I like to capture.

Lighting

Great big window above Nicole and a soft box, head height, 4 feet away to the left.

Nicole by Lies Thru a Lens  on Flickr.A través de Flickr:Model - NicoleYear Taken - March 2014Camera - Sony A7RLens - Carl Zeiss 85mm f/1.4Location - StudioNicole
Decided today to do some low ISO work with the new Sony A7R. So far, all the stuff Ive done has been at ISO 3200 and above, so I wondered just how sharp and contrasty the camera would be with the Zeiss lenses at lower ISO’s. Throwing in a bit of studio light as fill, but also using natural light as the main source, I managed to get these images.
So this is Nicole. She is only just 18 years old and this was her first ever photoshoot. Normally, when you work with someone on their first shoot, its a disaster. They have no idea on how to look natural and the images are clunky and awkward. This was NOT the case with young Nicole. 
She is a lovely girl. Incredibly small (5ft 2ins or about 1 meter in foreign :)) and she does look very young. However, her modelling is first class. I wanted her to look natural, candid, and this is the hardest kind of modelling for anyone. She is such a pretty girl, and great fun to work with. She has a cute, fresh look that you don’t find too often in models and only normally see in girls who don’t model. She was relaxed, funny and seemed to lose herself to thought which was great for the type of images I like to capture.Lighting
Great big window above Nicole and a soft box, head height, 4 feet away to the left.

Nicole by Lies Thru a Lens  on Flickr.

A través de Flickr:
Model - Nicole
Year Taken - March 2014
Camera - Sony A7R
Lens - Carl Zeiss 85mm f/1.4
Location - Studio


Nicole

Decided today to do some low ISO work with the new Sony A7R. So far, all the stuff Ive done has been at ISO 3200 and above, so I wondered just how sharp and contrasty the camera would be with the Zeiss lenses at lower ISO’s. Throwing in a bit of studio light as fill, but also using natural light as the main source, I managed to get these images.

So this is Nicole. She is only just 18 years old and this was her first ever photoshoot. Normally, when you work with someone on their first shoot, its a disaster. They have no idea on how to look natural and the images are clunky and awkward. This was NOT the case with young Nicole.

She is a lovely girl. Incredibly small (5ft 2ins or about 1 meter in foreign :)) and she does look very young. However, her modelling is first class. I wanted her to look natural, candid, and this is the hardest kind of modelling for anyone. She is such a pretty girl, and great fun to work with. She has a cute, fresh look that you don’t find too often in models and only normally see in girls who don’t model. She was relaxed, funny and seemed to lose herself to thought which was great for the type of images I like to capture.

Lighting

Great big window above Nicole and a soft box, head height, 4 feet away to the left.

Nicole by Lies Thru a Lens  on Flickr.A través de Flickr:Model - NicoleYear Taken - March 2014Camera - Sony A7RLens - Carl Zeiss 85mm f/1.4Location - StudioNicole
Decided today to do some low ISO work with the new Sony A7R. So far, all the stuff Ive done has been at ISO 3200 and above, so I wondered just how sharp and contrasty the camera would be with the Zeiss lenses at lower ISO’s. Throwing in a bit of studio light as fill, but also using natural light as the main source, I managed to get these images.
So this is Nicole. She is only just 18 years old and this was her first ever photoshoot. Normally, when you work with someone on their first shoot, its a disaster. They have no idea on how to look natural and the images are clunky and awkward. This was NOT the case with young Nicole. 
She is a lovely girl. Incredibly small (5ft 2ins or about 1 meter in foreign :)) and she does look very young. However, her modelling is first class. I wanted her to look natural, candid, and this is the hardest kind of modelling for anyone. She is such a pretty girl, and great fun to work with. She has a cute, fresh look that you don’t find too often in models and only normally see in girls who don’t model. She was relaxed, funny and seemed to lose herself to thought which was great for the type of images I like to capture.Lighting
Great big window above Nicole and a soft box, head height, 4 feet away to the left.

Nicole by Lies Thru a Lens  on Flickr.

A través de Flickr:
Model - Nicole
Year Taken - March 2014
Camera - Sony A7R
Lens - Carl Zeiss 85mm f/1.4
Location - Studio


Nicole

Decided today to do some low ISO work with the new Sony A7R. So far, all the stuff Ive done has been at ISO 3200 and above, so I wondered just how sharp and contrasty the camera would be with the Zeiss lenses at lower ISO’s. Throwing in a bit of studio light as fill, but also using natural light as the main source, I managed to get these images.

So this is Nicole. She is only just 18 years old and this was her first ever photoshoot. Normally, when you work with someone on their first shoot, its a disaster. They have no idea on how to look natural and the images are clunky and awkward. This was NOT the case with young Nicole.

She is a lovely girl. Incredibly small (5ft 2ins or about 1 meter in foreign :)) and she does look very young. However, her modelling is first class. I wanted her to look natural, candid, and this is the hardest kind of modelling for anyone. She is such a pretty girl, and great fun to work with. She has a cute, fresh look that you don’t find too often in models and only normally see in girls who don’t model. She was relaxed, funny and seemed to lose herself to thought which was great for the type of images I like to capture.

Lighting

Great big window above Nicole and a soft box, head height, 4 feet away to the left.

Francesca by Lies Thru a Lens  on Flickr.A través de Flickr:Model - FrancescaYear Taken - December 2013Camera - Sony A7RLens - Sigma 50mm f/1.4EGLocation - ApartmentFrancesca
Did I mention she has the sexiest lips Ive ever seen?
Ive been wanting to do a retro styled shoot for ages and today, I was lucky enough to work with Frankie. I couldn’t decide what period of retro I wanted to do, so I thought Id try and nail as many as possible. This image, for me, represents an attempt at trying got nail the 60’s fashion look. No makeup artist, no hair stylist - just trying to let Frankie be herself and let her come through. I rented a four poster room in a posh hotel in the middle of town, and thought that it’d be the best way to get as many authentic images as possible (I don’t use studios anymore, far too limiting and staged).
So, meet Frankie. She is half Italian, with a BA in Psychology. She is stunningly beautiful, but that goes without saying and she is a fantastic model. I didn’t want her to pose, I just wanted her to be herself and let me move around the room and capture her from different angles. None of these images are setup, they are just her, losing herself in front of the camera, forgetting Im even there. That way, I think you get to capture the soul of the person you are with, not just their looks. 
Like I said, she is beautiful. But on top of that, she is a lovely, lovely girl with a great sense of humour and one of the most empathetic personalities Ive ever known. She listens, she inspires and she is great company. I can’t wait to work with her again, easily one of the best models Ive worked with.

Francesca by Lies Thru a Lens  on Flickr.

A través de Flickr:
Model - Francesca
Year Taken - December 2013
Camera - Sony A7R
Lens - Sigma 50mm f/1.4EG
Location - Apartment

Francesca

Did I mention she has the sexiest lips Ive ever seen?

Ive been wanting to do a retro styled shoot for ages and today, I was lucky enough to work with Frankie. I couldn’t decide what period of retro I wanted to do, so I thought Id try and nail as many as possible. This image, for me, represents an attempt at trying got nail the 60’s fashion look. No makeup artist, no hair stylist - just trying to let Frankie be herself and let her come through. I rented a four poster room in a posh hotel in the middle of town, and thought that it’d be the best way to get as many authentic images as possible (I don’t use studios anymore, far too limiting and staged).

So, meet Frankie. She is half Italian, with a BA in Psychology. She is stunningly beautiful, but that goes without saying and she is a fantastic model. I didn’t want her to pose, I just wanted her to be herself and let me move around the room and capture her from different angles. None of these images are setup, they are just her, losing herself in front of the camera, forgetting Im even there. That way, I think you get to capture the soul of the person you are with, not just their looks.

Like I said, she is beautiful. But on top of that, she is a lovely, lovely girl with a great sense of humour and one of the most empathetic personalities Ive ever known. She listens, she inspires and she is great company. I can’t wait to work with her again, easily one of the best models Ive worked with.

Nikon D800E Photos of Pretty Blonde Swimsuit Bikini Model Goddess: Malibu Sea Cave on El Matador Beach! by 45SURF Hero’s Journey Mythology Goddesses on Flickr.A través de Flickr:
Nikon D800 E Photos of Pretty Blonde Swimsuit Bikini Model Goddess standing with a black 45surf surfboard in front of Malibu Sea Caves on El Matador State Beach!  A classic California blue-eyed blond beach babe!
Look closely, and you will see that I—Johnny Ranger McCoy— am the cowboy on her shirt!  Also on the shirt are the stages of the epic Hero’s Journey, modified for 45surf & the gold 45 revolver!
Here is some epic video I shot of the gorgeous goddess at the same time as the stills with the Sony Alpha NEX 6 camera with the 50 mm F/1.8 prime lens for nex6 e mount cameras bracketed to my Nikon D800E (cool bokeh!):www.youtube.com/watch?v=q7geL3rFcP0www.youtube.com/watch?v=3vI7jWGv4mgwww.youtube.com/watch?v=yrKPz-XY4WAwww.youtube.com/watch?v=afUY1TyUrZE
The blue-eyed goddess was modeling the gold 45 revolver gold’n’virtue bikini with the famous golden gun/colt 45 revolver from my favorite film—Sergio Leone’s and Clint Eastwood’s “Fistful of Dollars!”
Combine the shallow-depth-of-field with Sony NEX-6’s latest face-tracking auto focus, and you can see how the moving video keeps the model’s pretty blue eyes in focus, while blurring the background!  The Sony Alpha NEX 6 has much better bokeh than the cameras I have been using! :)
She was tall, thin, fit, toned, defined, and beautiful!
Modeling the Gold 45 Revolver(TM) Gold’N’Virtue(TM) American Flag Bikini!  Stars & Stripes Forever! :)
Nikon D800E Photographs of a Beautiful Sandy-Blonde/Brunette Swimsuit Bikini Model shot with the Nikon D800E and Nikon 70-200mm f/2.8G ED VR II AF-S Nikkor Zoom Lens with a CP—the B W 77mm XS-Pro Kaesemann Circular Polarizer with Multi-Resistant Nano Coatin, all on the amazing Nikon D800E Camera.
Shot in both RAW & JPEG, but all these photos are RAWs finished in Lightroom 5 ! :)
All the Gold’N’Virtue bikinis and 45surf clothes have the main equation to Moving Dimensions Theory on the swimsuits: dx4/dt=ic. Yes I have a Ph.D. in physics! :) You can read more about my research and Hero’s Journey Physics here:
herosjourneyphysics.wordpress.com/ MDT PROOF#2: Einstein (1912 Man. on Rel.) and Minkowski wrote x4=ict. Ergo dx4/dt=ic—the foundational equation of all time and motion which is on all the shirts and swimsuits. Every photon that hits my Nikon D800e’s sensor does it by surfing the fourth expanding dimension, which is moving at c relative to the three spatial dimensions, or dx4/dt=ic!
On the shirt is the classic hero’s journey which you can apply to your epic journey into photography!
YOUR HERO’S JOURNEY INTO PHOTOGRAPHY:
DEPARTURE:
The Call to Adventure: You witness a spectacular sunset.  How do you capture the beauty?
Refusal of the Call: The Nikon D800 costs too much/HDR is too hard to learn.
Supernatural Aid: The wisdom of the Greats and books and tutorials mentor and inspire you.
The Crossing of the First Threshold: You invest in a Nikon D800, 14-24mm F/2.8 Nikkor wide-angle lens, and Photomatix software.
Belly of The Whale: Your work is falling short of your vision.  Tired, stressed, and disoriented in Photomatix.
INITIATION:
The Road of Trials (and Errors!): You press on, regardless, by and by learning Photomatix as “Mistakes are the portals of discovery!”.
The Meeting With the Goddess: Success!  One of your photos “SNAPS” into place.
Woman as Temptress: What worked for one instance is no longer working.  Sometimes seeming success leads down the wrong path.
Atonement with the Father: You must transcend your mentors and the “experts” in exalting your own personal voice.  In becoming oneself, one “atones” with their teachers and mentors, forgiving them for their mistakes, as one embraces their own.
Apotheosis: Realizing your full potential and unique vision and voice.
The Ultimate Boon: Exalting your artistic potential in a finished print.
RETURN:
Refusal of the Return: Unable to market/sell the awesome work.
The Magic Flight: A gallery agrees to host your photography!    
Rescue from Without: A magazine miraculously picks up your photography!  Your once-blind faith in following beauty is finally rewarded!
The Crossing of the Return Threshold: Returning home to serve an audience as an HDR photographer.
Master of Two Worlds: On your laptop’s screen is a portal out to the brand new world of HDR—a world you can share with others!  You can enter the HDR world at will.
Freedom to Live: Financial freedom to pursue your artistic dreams!
May the Hero’s Journey Mythology Goddess inspire you (as they have inspired me!) along your own artistic journey! Love, love, love the 70-200mm F/2.8 Lens! :)
All the Best on Your Epic Hero’s Journey  from Johnny Ranger McCoy!

Nikon D800E Photos of Pretty Blonde Swimsuit Bikini Model Goddess: Malibu Sea Cave on El Matador Beach! by 45SURF Hero’s Journey Mythology Goddesses on Flickr.

A través de Flickr:
Nikon D800 E Photos of Pretty Blonde Swimsuit Bikini Model Goddess standing with a black 45surf surfboard in front of Malibu Sea Caves on El Matador State Beach! A classic California blue-eyed blond beach babe!

Look closely, and you will see that I—Johnny Ranger McCoy— am the cowboy on her shirt! Also on the shirt are the stages of the epic Hero’s Journey, modified for 45surf & the gold 45 revolver!

Here is some epic video I shot of the gorgeous goddess at the same time as the stills with the Sony Alpha NEX 6 camera with the 50 mm F/1.8 prime lens for nex6 e mount cameras bracketed to my Nikon D800E (cool bokeh!):

www.youtube.com/watch?v=q7geL3rFcP0
www.youtube.com/watch?v=3vI7jWGv4mg
www.youtube.com/watch?v=yrKPz-XY4WA
www.youtube.com/watch?v=afUY1TyUrZE

The blue-eyed goddess was modeling the gold 45 revolver gold’n’virtue bikini with the famous golden gun/colt 45 revolver from my favorite film—Sergio Leone’s and Clint Eastwood’s “Fistful of Dollars!”

Combine the shallow-depth-of-field with Sony NEX-6’s latest face-tracking auto focus, and you can see how the moving video keeps the model’s pretty blue eyes in focus, while blurring the background! The Sony Alpha NEX 6 has much better bokeh than the cameras I have been using! :)

She was tall, thin, fit, toned, defined, and beautiful!

Modeling the Gold 45 Revolver(TM) Gold’N’Virtue(TM) American Flag Bikini! Stars & Stripes Forever! :)

Nikon D800E Photographs of a Beautiful Sandy-Blonde/Brunette Swimsuit Bikini Model shot with the Nikon D800E and Nikon 70-200mm f/2.8G ED VR II AF-S Nikkor Zoom Lens with a CP—the B W 77mm XS-Pro Kaesemann Circular Polarizer with Multi-Resistant Nano Coatin, all on the amazing Nikon D800E Camera.

Shot in both RAW & JPEG, but all these photos are RAWs finished in Lightroom 5 ! :)

All the Gold’N’Virtue bikinis and 45surf clothes have the main equation to Moving Dimensions Theory on the swimsuits: dx4/dt=ic. Yes I have a Ph.D. in physics! :) You can read more about my research and Hero’s Journey Physics here:
herosjourneyphysics.wordpress.com/ MDT PROOF#2: Einstein (1912 Man. on Rel.) and Minkowski wrote x4=ict. Ergo dx4/dt=ic—the foundational equation of all time and motion which is on all the shirts and swimsuits. Every photon that hits my Nikon D800e’s sensor does it by surfing the fourth expanding dimension, which is moving at c relative to the three spatial dimensions, or dx4/dt=ic!

On the shirt is the classic hero’s journey which you can apply to your epic journey into photography!

YOUR HERO’S JOURNEY INTO PHOTOGRAPHY:

DEPARTURE:

The Call to Adventure: You witness a spectacular sunset. How do you capture the beauty?

Refusal of the Call: The Nikon D800 costs too much/HDR is too hard to learn.

Supernatural Aid: The wisdom of the Greats and books and tutorials mentor and inspire you.

The Crossing of the First Threshold: You invest in a Nikon D800, 14-24mm F/2.8 Nikkor wide-angle lens, and Photomatix software.

Belly of The Whale: Your work is falling short of your vision. Tired, stressed, and disoriented in Photomatix.

INITIATION:

The Road of Trials (and Errors!): You press on, regardless, by and by learning Photomatix as “Mistakes are the portals of discovery!”.

The Meeting With the Goddess: Success! One of your photos “SNAPS” into place.

Woman as Temptress: What worked for one instance is no longer working. Sometimes seeming success leads down the wrong path.

Atonement with the Father: You must transcend your mentors and the “experts” in exalting your own personal voice. In becoming oneself, one “atones” with their teachers and mentors, forgiving them for their mistakes, as one embraces their own.

Apotheosis: Realizing your full potential and unique vision and voice.

The Ultimate Boon: Exalting your artistic potential in a finished print.

RETURN:

Refusal of the Return: Unable to market/sell the awesome work.

The Magic Flight: A gallery agrees to host your photography!

Rescue from Without: A magazine miraculously picks up your photography! Your once-blind faith in following beauty is finally rewarded!

The Crossing of the Return Threshold: Returning home to serve an audience as an HDR photographer.

Master of Two Worlds: On your laptop’s screen is a portal out to the brand new world of HDR—a world you can share with others! You can enter the HDR world at will.

Freedom to Live: Financial freedom to pursue your artistic dreams!

May the Hero’s Journey Mythology Goddess inspire you (as they have inspired me!) along your own artistic journey! Love, love, love the 70-200mm F/2.8 Lens! :)

All the Best on Your Epic Hero’s Journey from Johnny Ranger McCoy!


Ais by Lies Thru a Lens  on Flickr.A través de Flickr:Model - AisYear Taken - May 2013Camera - Nikon D800ELens - Nikon 85mm f/1.4GLocation - StudioAis (pronounced Ash - I Think)
Today I did a shoot with a guy named Scott (no, thats not him in the photos :)). We worked with Ais, if you remember her. This is the girl who used to work for Nikon and received the 50% discount, the one I declared my love for based on that and certain other qualities :). Well, she has dyed her hair a kind of blond colour and it makes her look so different, so we decided to do some different styles.
As Ive said before, she is a stunningly attractive girl and she is preparing for Paris fashion week in a few weeks time. 
Visit Scott’s profile here, he has got some great images and probably some better ones of Ais than I managed :).
Hope you enjoy.

Ais by Lies Thru a Lens  on Flickr.

A través de Flickr:
Model - Ais
Year Taken - May 2013
Camera - Nikon D800E
Lens - Nikon 85mm f/1.4G
Location - Studio

Ais (pronounced Ash - I Think)

Today I did a shoot with a guy named Scott (no, thats not him in the photos :)). We worked with Ais, if you remember her. This is the girl who used to work for Nikon and received the 50% discount, the one I declared my love for based on that and certain other qualities :). Well, she has dyed her hair a kind of blond colour and it makes her look so different, so we decided to do some different styles.

As Ive said before, she is a stunningly attractive girl and she is preparing for Paris fashion week in a few weeks time.

Visit Scott’s profile here, he has got some great images and probably some better ones of Ais than I managed :).

Hope you enjoy.

Shelby by Lies Thru a Lens  on Flickr.A través de Flickr:Model - ShelbyYear Taken - May 2013Camera - Nikon D3sLens - Nikon 105mm f/2.8GLocation - StudioShelby
Ok, some models come pre-Photoshopped, Shelby comes pre-Photoshopped, Lightroomed, OnOned and she probably has an inbuilt plugin for whichever editing program you favour. She has that “model” look that “models” seldom have. So you engage in a shoot where you end up constantly moving, checking your camera, fiddling with the lighting, looking for help from your fellow photographer (none comes back) because you are getting great photo after great photo and something seems wrong. 
She is 20 years old, but she holds herself like a film star, with a look that is so contextual in front of the camera as if she is advertising perfume or something. She is a great laugh, funny as hell but able to move into serious mode in an instant. We got some great photos and I hope you like them as much as I do.Lighting
Natural light.Processing
Slight cross process.

Shelby by Lies Thru a Lens  on Flickr.

A través de Flickr:
Model - Shelby
Year Taken - May 2013
Camera - Nikon D3s
Lens - Nikon 105mm f/2.8G
Location - Studio

Shelby

Ok, some models come pre-Photoshopped, Shelby comes pre-Photoshopped, Lightroomed, OnOned and she probably has an inbuilt plugin for whichever editing program you favour. She has that “model” look that “models” seldom have. So you engage in a shoot where you end up constantly moving, checking your camera, fiddling with the lighting, looking for help from your fellow photographer (none comes back) because you are getting great photo after great photo and something seems wrong.

She is 20 years old, but she holds herself like a film star, with a look that is so contextual in front of the camera as if she is advertising perfume or something. She is a great laugh, funny as hell but able to move into serious mode in an instant. We got some great photos and I hope you like them as much as I do.


Lighting

Natural light.

Processing

Slight cross process.

Elizabeth by Lies Thru a Lens  on Flickr.A través de Flickr:Model - ElizabethYear Taken - April 2013Camera - Nikon D800ELens - Nikon 85mm f/1.4GLocation - StudioElizabeth
Do you know that its actually possible to work with somebody too pretty? This is Elizabeth and when I met her today, I was certain that I wouldnt get a single shot that was as pretty as she actually is. She is 19 years old and has such natural beauty that she comes pre-Photoshopped and in all honesty, it makes life harder! Some models you look at and you know what will suit them, what wont, and you work to that. You hide their flaws, you emphasise their beauty and you bring out the best of them and afterwards, you can look back and feel proud of yourself. With Elizabeth, it doesnt matter what angle you shoot, what f-stop, what lighting - she looks perfect, and I dont like that :). The other annoying thing to consider is she isnt even a model, she is a make-up artist!!!

Elizabeth by Lies Thru a Lens  on Flickr.

A través de Flickr:
Model - Elizabeth
Year Taken - April 2013
Camera - Nikon D800E
Lens - Nikon 85mm f/1.4G
Location - Studio

Elizabeth

Do you know that its actually possible to work with somebody too pretty? This is Elizabeth and when I met her today, I was certain that I wouldnt get a single shot that was as pretty as she actually is. She is 19 years old and has such natural beauty that she comes pre-Photoshopped and in all honesty, it makes life harder! Some models you look at and you know what will suit them, what wont, and you work to that. You hide their flaws, you emphasise their beauty and you bring out the best of them and afterwards, you can look back and feel proud of yourself. With Elizabeth, it doesnt matter what angle you shoot, what f-stop, what lighting - she looks perfect, and I dont like that :). The other annoying thing to consider is she isnt even a model, she is a make-up artist!!!

Emma by Lies Thru a Lens  on Flickr.A través de Flickr:
ne incredibly versatile model!!!
Meet Emma. She is half Indian, quarter Pakistani, and absolutely breathtaking. She is probably, to my mind, the most beautiful model I have worked with and taking portraits of her was absolutely wonderful. 
We spent all day together, working on some intense portraits, some candid boudoir and lingerie photos and a little bit of fashion. I think she has an enchanting aura about her and I cant wait to edit more photos :).

Emma by Lies Thru a Lens  on Flickr.

A través de Flickr:
ne incredibly versatile model!!!

Meet Emma. She is half Indian, quarter Pakistani, and absolutely breathtaking. She is probably, to my mind, the most beautiful model I have worked with and taking portraits of her was absolutely wonderful.

We spent all day together, working on some intense portraits, some candid boudoir and lingerie photos and a little bit of fashion. I think she has an enchanting aura about her and I cant wait to edit more photos :).

Emma by Lies Thru a Lens  on Flickr.A través de Flickr:Model - EmmaYear Taken - March 2013Camera - Nikon D800eLens - Nikon 85mm f.1.4GLocation - StudioEmma
I think Emma is the most versatile model I have ever worked with. Having been rummaging through my old and unedited images of Emma, I have uncovered a sea of forgotten photos of her that remain untouched. Therefore, over the coming days I will be editing the twenty or so good images of her that I have unearthed. Surprisingly, she looks different in each one.
I hope you enjoy.

Emma by Lies Thru a Lens  on Flickr.

A través de Flickr:
Model - Emma
Year Taken - March 2013
Camera - Nikon D800e
Lens - Nikon 85mm f.1.4G
Location - Studio

Emma

I think Emma is the most versatile model I have ever worked with. Having been rummaging through my old and unedited images of Emma, I have uncovered a sea of forgotten photos of her that remain untouched. Therefore, over the coming days I will be editing the twenty or so good images of her that I have unearthed. Surprisingly, she looks different in each one.

I hope you enjoy.