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  • @briannnaaae isnt as mean as she looks in this! She is actually very nice and sweet but she does have a great serious face 🙂
  • @briannnaaae isnt as mean as she looks in this! She is actually very nice and sweet but she does have a great serious face 🙂
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  • Shooting with Hannah is very annoying because I always end up with 100000 great photos and I have to stop myself from editing them all!!!! 😂😂😂
  • Shooting with Hannah is very annoying because I always end up with 100000 great photos and I have to stop myself from editing them all!!!! 😂😂😂
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Hire me for your headshots ✌🏼
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    Hire me for your headshots ✌🏼
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  • Creating foreground Bokeh - swipe to the video. The most common way of creating bokeh (those little light balls) in images is by setting your camera to a wide aperture (I used f/2.8) which will turn lights in the background into blurry balls of goodness. In the two images I’m posting today, you’ll notice those balls are in the foreground. Although it’s not an uncommon trick, using objects in the foreground really makes for engaging bokeh. I took it one step further by using the sun’s reflection off of the foreground net. Forgive my quirkiness in the video. @christine.smit caught me off guard with the instruction of telling me to tell the video what I’m doing😂 
Thanks to @paige_broughton1 for modeling. 
If you liked this mini lesson, please let me know!☺️
  • Creating foreground Bokeh - swipe to the video. The most common way of creating bokeh (those little light balls) in images is by setting your camera to a wide aperture (I used f/2.8) which will turn lights in the background into blurry balls of goodness. In the two images I’m posting today, you’ll notice those balls are in the foreground. Although it’s not an uncommon trick, using objects in the foreground really makes for engaging bokeh. I took it one step further by using the sun’s reflection off of the foreground net. Forgive my quirkiness in the video. @christine.smit caught me off guard with the instruction of telling me to tell the video what I’m doing😂
    Thanks to @paige_broughton1 for modeling.
    If you liked this mini lesson, please let me know!☺️
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