You are so brave shooting inside! I won't ever do it because I want the outside light, but it's so nice to have interesting things on the wall and the use of furniture. You're making me want to be brave and try moving indoors!
These are really lovely. I, like Jenna, am wary of offering to do indoor shoots because of th whole light issue. I suppose if I want to do weddings eventually I'll have to suck it up and learn to work in indoor conditions (with and without flash). Do you use flash and bounce it or just try and stay as close as possible to a good light source? Again, these are really lovely!
These are great! You are very creative with your poses and use of light
I love the one of her sitting in the window...so pretty.
I love the one of her looking out the window. Despite the bright light coming into the building, you were still able to capture a fair amount of detail on the back of the dress! Great job! Sorry it's late I know, I thought I had commented on this post.
Come on Marissa, show us more...... it's been a while and I get curious about what you've been up to.
Are you out of the loop as far as photography? How are you doing??
I have been pretty out of the loop--my fall semester of college was crazy with my fiance applying to medical school, job searches, etc.But I am BACK, and will be updating the blog with lots of stuff soon. Hopefully I'll get a website going this summer as well.Thanks everyone for your comments!I am wary of shooting indoors--flash is pretty hard to deal with. I have an external flash I use to bounce light, but I prefer to stay with natural light--windows,etc. Outdoors is best, though!