I finally managed to go through some of the other shots from the shooting from two weeks ago with Fifi. The shooting was really amazing and we got a couple of different looks.
If the light is right you can make even the most restrictive environments work for you. We literally used the backside of the house as background. At that point in time the sun already set so that it did not really matter that the wall was facing south-west direction (about an hour earlier the wall was right in the sun).
I shot both a roll of Portra 160 (rated ISO 75) as well as digital. Here are the general shooting parameters to give you an idea of the setup.
Lens: 150mm (digital) and 50mm (analog)
Exposure: 1/400s f/2.8 at ISO 200 (digital) and 1/250s f/2.0 at ISO75 (analog)
Lights: Natural light only.
Have a great weekend — TSJ.
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