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Assignment 3 for Chuck’s commercial class was a bit of a doozy.  It’s an executive portrait… of Chuck.  Chuck, our instructor who grades everything we do. Chuck, the man, the myth, the legend.

So this is a photograph of my instructor, Chuck.  For the record, while he refused to sign a model release, he did give me verbal permission to put this up on my blog.  So he can’t sue me, right?

Here’s Chuck!

Look at him!  Loooooook!

Look at him! Loooooook!

Shot on a Mamiya 645 Af with a Leaf (Aptus Kit) attachment.

120mm lens

f/7.1 @1/125

*needs more cowbell*


Our latest assignment (and I have gotten sort of behind in posting these) was to make a model portfolio package for a hypothetical client.  I actually lucked out in a big way when my coworker Amanda agreed to be my victim.  I suspect the grand total of time we shot was around 8 hours, not counting the retouch work but overall, I feel like I came out with some really great shots.

Here are some of them.



I did a bit of filtering on her skin in the above shot to forgive any minor flaws.



The positioning was a little tricky with that shot just because she had to be perfectly within the frame.

This dress is misleading

This dress is misleading

Yeah… ummm… I’m sure you can tell the background is really white.

This dress is fabulous

This dress is fabulous

Had to do a bit of post-production on most of these but for the most part, nothing big.  Didn’t get shots of the setups (my bad) but otherwise, I’m happy about this.