[pinit count=”horizontal” description=”Check out this featured session on Belovely You http://www.belovelyyou.com”]Today’s feature is from Brad Lovell.
“This series is from my shoot with Megan, one of my 2015 Senior Models. The majority of her shoot took place at her house here in Hendersonville, TN. We chose this location to make it more personable, and I knew I couldn’t pass up this beautiful view of the lake.
Hours of shooting were between 5PM-Sunset. Natural light and OCF were used throughout the shoot.”
Brad’s Photography Tip:
I mainly specialize in shooting all natural light using a reflector. However, I’ve been pushing myself lately to incorporate more OCF during my sessions to capture a different look.
My tip is don’t be afraid to step outside your comfort zone – this is how we ultimately grow in what we do. It may take some time to perfect whatever you’re doing, but in the end it will be totally worth it. We never stop learning or growing.
Brad used a Canon 5D MKII with a Canon 70-200 2.8 lens and a Canon 24-70 2.8 lens to capture these images.
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