After ten days or so of landscapes, it’s time to switch gears. For the next week, I’m going to be posting a few of my favorite recent portraits. Most of these will be formal in the sense that they were taken during a specific portrait shoot but I’ll likely throw in a couple of candids too.
To start the ball rolling, here is trombonist Lauren Casey-Clyde who I had the pleasure of photographing at the Blanton Museum of Art last November. The Texas State Capitol makes a nice out-of-focus background in this shot taken 45 minutes or so after sunset.
This was also my first portrait session using my new Olympus cameras and was a test to see if the Olympus prime lenses would offer the same kind of quality I was used to from Nikon. As this image shows, the 45mm f/1.2 does a lovely job of separating Lauren from the background.
For the technically inclined...
This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.
Leave a Reply