My Photo/Media class and I were “on location” in what some of us call the “Old Post Office.” Our mission was “looking for light.” I had said that the best light for portraiture is the soft light that spills through windows that aren’t facing direct sun light.

I told one of my students to step next to the edge of the window and I pointed out that if you arrange the subject just right, you can easily get Rembrandt lighting. Sara is a great subject so it’s not too hard to get a decent portrait.

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2 thoughts

  1. To quote Hall and Oates: “Sara, smile!” Sorry, most readers are too young to get that, though someone as beautiful as Sara should indeed smile.

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