Modelled a bit of PVC pipe for a different project and was just fooling around with lighting etc. Always amazed at how similar these programs are to actual studio photography. For most, if not every tool I use in the studio, there are digital versions in the software. It makes lighting something pretty intuitive. very steep learning curve though!
So Here’s an image that I shot a few years back. An image of my son walking down some train tracks. We were out for a drive and I stopped to take a shot of the tracks sans my son for reference for another image I was working on. He got out of the car and simply started walking and I, simply started shooting. Part of what I’m gong to do is start to share older images that most of the world has never seen but I love. This will, of course be mixed in with new shots that I take for whatever reason I take them.
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