“That sense of loss grew within the hearts of the humans who had been left behind, left to live without unicorns. Even the ones who had never seen a unicorn, felt the passing of something sweet and wonderful. It was as if the air had surrendered a bit of its spice, the water a bit of its sparkle, the night a bit of its mystery.”
― Bruce Coville
Techie Stuff: f/2.8 for drama. Natural, diffused light for softness and to leverage the beauty of the subject. A teeny drip of fill. This girl was just too pretty to mess with very much.
Nikon D800 , 28.0-70.0 mm f/2.8, ƒ/2.8, 70.0 mm, 1/80, 100 ISO
I have amazing friends. The one on the right is Ruby Chiex who you will see in a lot of my photos. Brilliant and beautiful, she has been one of my photo muses for a few years running.
This photo shows why it pays to get the big lights and demonstrates the serendipity available in every photo shoot. The modeling light of the my AB800 with PLM modifier (aggressively flared) from above produced such a lovely light that I dropped my Nikon D800 and snapped a quick shot with my Fuji Point-and-shoot.