Every once in a while I like to go through images from past shoots and when I do, I sometimes stumble upon an image that I didn’t pay much attention to the first time around, but for whatever reason I’m drawn to upon a fresh view. This happens to be one of those images, from a shoot I did with Carlotta back in early 2006.
The setup for this shot was pretty simple – I had two 4×8’s, side by side, resting on supports on either end. A single large softbox was placed over Carlotta and the floor served to reflect a subtle amount of light from below. Shot with the Canon EOS 20D camera and the EF 50mm f/1.8 (“plastic fantastic“) lens, f/8, 1/100 sec.