I've been shooting the look-book of the spring / summer collection of a friend of mine's retail store, with absolutely minimal equipment (1 small soft box with a flash gun), it was really fun and a good experience. Nearly all the shots were taken with fixed, high aperture lens, therefore there was a relatively big room for playing with the depth of field. While most of the garment shots were taken with the flash and with low aperture to have high level of detail in all areas, shooting the accessories gave me the chance to utilise the versatility of these lens. Here is an example of those, one of my favourite shots with Priscilla, our Brazilian model being beautiful and relaxed.
|Exposure Bias||+0.33 eV|
|Focal Length||60mm (90mm)|
|Lens||Tamron 60 mm f/2.0 Macro|
|Post Processing||ACDSee Pro 6|