Welcome back for more photos from the November 2015 Arizona shootout. I've already discussed most of the details in Part One, so this blog post will consist mostly of photos from the second day of the shoot.
The photo below was taken in a narrow alley between two old buildings. The width was roughly 5-6 feet, which allowed no direct sunlight to reach the model. The available light bounced back and forth between the light colored wall you see behind the model and the opposite wall which was weathered wood. This gave the light some very unusual characteristics and I just had to try it out!
The next three photos were taken in the shade with main illumination provided by a single strobe with umbrella. The blue sky and the light colored ground provided the fill light.
All the preceding photos were edited without any significant retouching. The one below has been touched up a little bit. I made the tan lines a bit more visible and lightened the eyes slightly.
If you are a photographer or model and want to hear more about the Arizona Shootout, feel free to contact me with questions.
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