Studio Boudoir Session with Sabrina Lynn

Sony a7 | Sony Zeiss 55mm f1.8

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Studio Boudoir with Sabrina Lynn

If ever I had a go-to model that I loved working with, it is Sabrina Lynn. She is beautiful, punctual, and a true professional collaboration partner and was perfect for my studio boudoir session.

Sabrina was a model in the greater Dallas area but has since moved to Colorado finding allowing her to discover new passions and learning new industries. Before she left, I had a chance to bring her on board for this super Sunday shoot. I have worked with Sabrina in the past on a few sessions, so I knew I worked with her well on collaborations. She takes direction well but hardly needs it for most of the shoot. She loves to move around naturally and this made the shoot easy for the day.



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Concept and Theme

The concept of the shoot was studio boudoir. The location of the shoot was in the Deep Ellum, located just east of downtown Dallas. The LovePicLove photography studio provided amazing natural light along with old hardwood floors, and beautiful brick walls. The studio also had a great staircase to the second floor and a large old style tub for different concepts.

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Camera and Gear

For this shoot, I used my Sony a7 along with my Sony Zeiss 55mm f1.8 lens. I also had a Sony 28mm f2 lens on hand, but I only used it once during the whole shoot. I had one small reflector on hand and tried to keep most the shoot as simple as possible.

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What I learned

I look back and wish I had at least one strobe on hand, especially a portable HSS (High-Speed Sync) strobe for this TFP shoot. This would have given a small amount of light in some of the darker corners and darker areas of the body where shadows lose detail. Overall, I love the way these came out, and I look forward to editing more of the photos from this session.

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About the Author:

My name is Jason, and I am a Sr. Creative Professional located in north Dallas, TX. I collaborate with creatives from all over the DFW and surrounding areas. This blog is dedicated to capturing some of these great model test shoots and collaborations, and I hope it helps you find inspiration for your own work.
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