The White Shoot

Images from the shoot are unedited, straight from the camera unless noted. Camera used was a Nikon D50. During the 13 hour shoot we took over 3000 images. Unfortunately, most of them were wonderful (Jordan really needs to stop being such a good model), which made selecting my favorites very hard. Here are my 28 favorites + 6 grocery store shots I took for fun.

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A section of photos we took outside in front of trees at sunset had a fantastic blue hue.

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Minor clone stamping was done on 3 spots caused by dirt on the camera lens appearing in the photos with this styling.

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These collage-esque photos will inspire my next shoot. I really want to explore this technique further.

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Grocery store | Kroger in Auburn, 1am

The lighting in grocery stores is always bizarre, for anyone interested in pursuing grocery store photography I would note that its very important to pay attention to your light meter/shutter setting and test various settings if that is possible. It’s also necessary to manually focus your shots – because of the odd lighting auto focus features are not always dependable. I’ve found its better to go late at night, there are less people around, and usually employees could care less if you take pictures or not – but I always ask permission.

I love the juxtaposition of Marie Antoinette in this setting. Of course, we had to visit the cakes.

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