Portraits

Shooting portraits are definitely intimidating for me. There are so many light choices and diverse camera settings, but I am learning more each week and that feels good!

All images were edited in Photoshop AND Lightroom. I paid special attention to sharpening the eyes and smoothing skin when appropriate.

Ain’t No Dentist ‘Round Here: silver reflector

BridgettePatterson_AintNoDentist'RoundHere
Ain’t No Dentist ‘Round Here: 17 October 2014, 1:55 PM; Bannack, Montana: 155mm: 1/50; f/5.6; ISO 160: Nikon D5000. Other: tripod; silver reflector.

This Girl is on Fire: Speed Light

BridgettePatterson_ThisGirlisonFire_Bannack_Portrait

This Girl is on Fire: 17 October 2014, 2:07 PM; Bannack, Montana; 112mm: 1/15 Sec; f/5.6:ISO 800:Nikon D5000. Other: tripod, speed light.

Montana Mountain  Man: silver reflector

Montana Mountain Man: 17 October 2014, 1:59 PM, Bannack, Montana; 95mm:1/50 sec: f/5.6: ISO 160; Nikon D5000. Other: silver reflector, tripod.

The Other Bridgette: gold reflector

BridgettePatterson_TheOtherBridgette_Bannack_Portrait

The Other Bridgette: 17 October 2014, 2:36 PM: Bannack, Idaho; 68mm: 1/60 sec; f/6.3; ISO 125; Nikon D5000. Other: tripod, gold reflector.

I Know What You Did: white reflector

BridgettePatterson_IKnowWhatYouDid_Bannack_Portrait

I Know What You Did: 17 October 2014, 2:04 PM; Bannack, Montana; 68 mm; 1/15 sec; f/5.6;ISO 640; Nikon D5000. Other: tripod, white reflector.

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