Photoshoot with Jessica

After having some pretty busy patches at work and struggling to find some time to really get photo shoots in, I think I'm seeing the light at the end of the tunnel.  With Solstice approaching, and the oncoming university breaks, I might get some more shoots in.  I will be booking some time off work and I hope to make good use of it to see family, relax and get in some cool shoots.

Sunday Morning I got out to Halifax's downtown to work with Jessica Pick, a fun, easygoing model with a great smile and awesome sense of humour.  We worked around some of the downtown's cool architecture and then expanded into some more woodsy backgrounds in Point Pleasant.

I used a mix of natural light, reflectors and a bit of artificial light on this shoot, but we kept it pretty low key and light.  Gear was pretty simple as well: the city shots were done with a 70-200mm f2.8 and the woodsy shots were done with a 50mm f1.8.  As always, you can scroll through or simply click the first image to bring up a slideshow.