Monday, July 19, 2010

An evening with Jen

So my sister has become my model! YAY! i have been waiting for someone to step up and be like shoot me! lol. Mainly so i could have some practice because i get REALLY nervous which is something i am going to have to get over and i am also going to have to speak up clearly & find a simple way of saying it so the client will understand... my sister understands me but thats because we have known each other pretty much ALL our lives haha.

Anyways here are a few snippets of what i took to practice my senior picturesque. I think i was pretty successful... i will post more @ Kimberly Nicole Photography if you want to check it out!

We saw this red chair & just HAD to get a photo with it!
Above is totally my favorite... I know i have a lot to work on & remember while photographing. Such as, lighting, keeping certain details out, poses, & plenty more! lol Thanks Jen for being so creative/patient, i appreciate it really!
Happy Monday!!

12 comments:

Beth said...

Your sister is adorable! And these are great pictures. I really like the last one, too.

Jen said...

Awe Beth you are a total sweetheart, thank you!

Great job Kimmy! Can't wait for more fun!

Sitting Behind Homeplate said...

Try removing all the color or desaturating the print of Jen in the red chair then come back and add the red (chair) again. I think that would look really cool.

connie

Biggs Photography said...

Try using a larger aperture when shooting portraits. The smaller depth of field will help clean up less than ideal backgrounds and will focus the viewer's attention on the model. Keep up the good work!

Nat said...

Jen's stunning! Really like the last pic :-)

Kimberly said...

thanks guys for the comments & advice! Very much appreciated!

Amy Saia said...

I saw the B&W on her blog the other day and thought it was very striking. You're very good in both color and black and white! Beautiful Jen rocks in these!

Rachel Roushey said...

Visiting from your sister's blog, your photos look great! I absolutely love the one you have as your header! It's amazing!

Michelle Davidson Argyle said...

I love your work! Portraiture is so difficult, I understand. :)

I look forward to seeing more!

Kimberly said...

Thank you guys!! It is MUCH appreciated!! & i have a few things going on this weekend so definitely be sure to stop back!!

Rose Cooper said...

The photos are great! The last one is def my favorite too. I'm a sucker for black and whites too, but something about the expression and setting make it classic. Love the book and reflection!

Theresa Milstein said...

I just came from Jen's blog. I love her new profile photo. Great job!