“𝓂𝒾𝓁𝓀 𝒢𝓃𝒹 π’½π‘œπ“ƒπ‘’π“Ž 𝒹𝓇𝒾𝓅𝓅𝑒𝒹 π’»π“‡π‘œπ“‚ π“‚π“Ž π“π’Ύπ“…π“ˆ π’Άπ“ˆ 𝒾 π’Άπ“ƒπ“ˆπ“Œπ‘’𝓇𝑒𝒹”

(unedited/used Broncolor B1 light)

In some ways I’m thankful we were given an extra day off this weekend due to Labor Day. At times I feel like there isn’t enough to get everything done. While also including rest so my body can keep up during the week. Fibromyalgia often has to fall to the wayside in terms of myself being able to accomplish all that I set out to do during the week. But with certain photographs I see that dedication come to flourish. This week we needed to produce a dairy commercial shoot that I chose to include a milk pour over goat’s milk soap while incorporating my particular aesthetic. Nature in some form or another will be an underlying theme in my work. At times though I’ve made it not as clear a marker for you to recognize. But it’s ever present if you evaluate my work enough. Not just in literal terms of flora or fauna. Hopefully I’ll get a chance to post some of my medium format film photographs. I’ve tried to make connections between human nature within our relationships. Exploring ideas on our need to evolve through technology and how that confronts or supports nature. While trying to understand our continued pursuits of our own place within nature. I’m happy to say this photograph moves itself in that direction as well.
(unedited/camera raw/Profoto D2)

I love these lights! The clarity and overall tone just make the flower petals look ethereal. And the vein structure of the leaves just look buttery. For the assignment we needed to use the Broncolor B1 which are lovely in their own right.
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