First Studio Session
These are my first "real" pictures I took with my camera.
I was at a dance show on a Saturday night. My best friend texted me at 11 p.m. telling me to come at the studio once the show was over to shoot with his friends. I said "why not?".
It was so hot in the studio, maybe 85°F (30°C)! And my friends were posing in winter clothes. I have no clue how they survived in that heat! Anyways, it was a lot of fun. We kept on photo-shooting until 3 in the morning. We all made some really cool shots.
My favorite is the one on the left. I worked about 4 hours on getting the right blue color on his ski coat, maybe 3 hours on the shades and the exposure. By the time, I didn't know how to use Photoshop yet (it would have been so much easier to have known how to use it by the time), so I had a hard time on Lightroom. It was a lot of work, but all work leads to something hopefully better!
The picture on the right may seem creepy or scary, but don't worry, he is not intending to use the ax!