last sunday i had another workshop at my photography course, this time we shot portraits at the studio with different light settings and light sources.
i enjoyed it a lot, i’m getting more confident with the studio equipment and shooting people in general :)
this is zita, a gorgeous young woman – i fell in love with her hair immediately :)
these two cuties are the cats of a dear friend of mine. it was easy to take pictures of zuri (the tabby cat), she was fascinated by the noise the camera made when focusing, so she can be considered as the perfect cat-model :) little pippi was a bit shy in the first place, but in the end she loved posing for me as well.
finally i was brave enough to take pictures of humans, isn’t that great?
i hope the new year brings some more portrait opportunities, i really wanna take more photos of people but for me it’s not as easy as it sounds. so if you have any advice, please let me know :)
and i know i’m a bit late with christmas pictures, but i couldn’t find the time to share them with you earlier. i hope you enjoy the photos nevertheless, i know some people are really fed up with christmas (i am, too).
this is the second part of my dog-project. this time i had to take pictures of two dogs, it was kind of challenging sometimes, but i am totally satisfied with the pictures.
again, the humans who owned the dogs were lovely people and they are more than happy with the picutres of their pets. that’s exactly what i was hoping for :)
as you may have noticed, i love dogs (and cats) and i’m also a big fan of taking pictures of dogs or cats. so i came up with the idea of offering dog owners to take pictures of their pets. bashi was the first dog i had in front of my lens, he’s a young and powerful crossbreed and reminded me a lot of my dog-fried kira (she has more fur though, but the fur colour is very similar). on top of that, his owner was very nice too, she’s a young woman around my age.
i had a great time shooting this beautiful boy :)