Models at NECCC

One of the long standing features of the New England Camera Club Council convention is the availability of models for picture taking.

Some models were outdoors and others were in studio set-ups. The outdoor models had no studio lighting – a problem in harsh light. But the models were placed in the shadow of buildings, so there was a soft light for the most part. It would have been nice if scrims or reflectors were available.

These two images were made outdoors at various parts of the UMass campus. I used natural lighting with a bit of fill flash and my Tamron 17-55 lens. One of the nice things about these models was their ability to strike interesting poses without much direction.

I have quite a few good shots of these two models. Two other models shoots were not particularly successful – not because of the models but because of the photographer!

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