Tagged: blue eyes.

Last week I got the pleasure of meeting Fiona Wade.

Fiona and I happen to have a lot of people in common, but somehow our paths never crossed over the last 4 years I have been in Vancouver.

After a couple of instagram comments, emails and such, we finally met for coffee last Thursday and she came to the studio on Saturday.

And for the occasion we tried a bunch of new light styles (new for me anyway). As many of you know, I usually photograph my models using natural light, and find it very comfortable to work with.

But comfortable is rarely a good idea when it comes to creative fields so I decided to mix it up a little bit.

For those of you who think that they can’t take good photos because they don’t have the proper equipment, or enough money to buy cool lights, I just want to clarify that, on this pic, Fiona is lit by a couple of lights that add up to about 23$… (To buy them, not to rent!)

So I don’t wanna hear that excuse again, ever!

Though, finding a great model is priceless, I give you that…

More details about this very soon.


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  12:45 pm, by briceferre 12  |  Comments

As always, at the end of every session I try to grab a quick portrait of my models.

This week, as you’ve seen below, Kelly stopped by for EKTA. Her face was cropped for those photos, but this is what she actually looks like.

I know what you think. And yes, her eyes are really that blue…

If you want to shoot with me, you know what to do…

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  03:31 pm, by briceferre 4  |  Comments

For those of you who wonder what it is I do when I’m in Edmonton.

One of my assignments was to take portraits of shops and restaurants owners on 124th street. Which is the neighborhood where all the cool kids go.

All of these are done with natural light and I usually have between 30 seconds and 5 minutes to make them happen. So when you are hired to do that, you better know what you’re doing, because you can’t spend too much time setting up your camera.

But again, as Chase Jarvis often says, knowing what you’re doing is a prerequisite to this job. It’s expected of you when you get through the door.

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  08:44 pm, by briceferre 2  |  Comments