September 19, 2018 Creating a piece of fine art in the water. A Woodinville Senior takes to the waters of Lake Stevens.
Olivia met us at Starbucks to start off with a cappuccino and visit.
Last we had photographed her she was only a handful of years old.
Left with little evening light to photograph, our time was rather quick, yet the results were just what we were planning. We found a floating dock, and a secluded area that would translate to canvas and a wall portrait quite beautifully.
Using deep waters to create depth in the imagery, Olivia slipped down the steps to the floating dock which water overspilled from recent rains. We could feel the damp coolness as the Autumn evening was setting in quick.
Our warm Summer days have given way to Autumn and it's saturated colors. This time of year the quality and temperature of the light is wonderful to capture.
Again, in a few weeks, we will photograph Olivia in the woodland forests of Lake Stevens and Woodinville.
I use Canon D1XII's for my photography work.
My lense of choice for this set was my Canon L II70-200mm 2.8 set at 2.8-4.0.
This image is available light only.
However I could have used my Profoto B1 500 Air Battery-Powered 2-Light Location Kit.
The light changes so quickly this time of year I chose to go natural light on this set.
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