May 17, 2014

Sometimes You Just Gotta Shoot

I'm in Chicago--rather, I'm in the airport at Chicago. I've been here photographing a medical seminar for one of my favorite clients. I made pictures of the conference room all decorated and setup, and I did some executive portraits, and that's all fine. I'd love to have had time to get into the city to shoot, but that'll have to wait for next month when I come back for the Out of Chicago Conference (you should come, too!).

But I just can't have all this stuff setup for executive portraits and not do something a little different, a little more fun, a little! So, I pulled J. into the studio and made a few frames with her, and then I nabbed M., as well. I hope I bump into you next time I've got the studio on location so we can make a frame or two, as well...

Nikon Df, 105mm f/2.8 Micro VR lens, f/8, 1/200s, ISO 200.

Nikon Df, 105mm f/2.8 Micro VR lens, f/8, 1/200s, ISO 200.

If you read the captions, you noticed that I got a new camera, and it's a pretty terrific one. These portraits christened the old boy. This camera is both a cool looking retro silver bodied monster, and a really excellent low light tool. I'm excited to get it broken in.

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