An Impromptu Christmas Shoot with Debay DeLux

I have to apologise for being really quiet over the last few weeks. I’m trying to keep this blog updated every week but sometimes work can get in the way of that. I also have to apologise that this week is going to be a quick one, as I’m currently working my way through a to-do list that’s longer than a week in the jail. But anyway, on to the post…

I thought I’d upload a handful of photos from a very unplanned shoot that Debay DeLux and I did back in December 2013. We decided it’d be a great idea to go around Glasgow for some shots right after a big night out in Edinburgh the night before, completely unable to plan the monstrous rough feeling we’d both be enduring for the most of it. On saying that though, once we got started we actually seemed to be ok, and the couple of hours or so we went by pretty productively. I was still a student back then and wanted to really experiment with some off camera flash, slow shutter speed, shallow apertures; pretty much anything. It was really good to be able to experiement with these different techniques, however the down side is the wild inconsistency throughout the shots as a series. There was a few shots we were both really happy with however, and as stand alone portfolio shots they work really well. Some of my favourites were the slow shutter speeds down near the carousel.

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