Kristine and the one with the blue lace

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Outtakes:

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At 8.30 in the morning, we made plans to photograph Kristine at a park. She wanted some portraits taken and some for her blog, I wanted a human to practice on, win-win. This is the earliest I have ever woken up for a 365 / made a 365. On the bright side, pun intended, it was sunny! And there were blue skies so blue it made some other blue things envious. Ironically, we didn’t photograph much where the skies were blue, but instead hiding amongst the trees where the light filtered in. Too many mosquitoes ugh. Being more comfortable photographing Kristine, since I have photographed her twice, I tried out some poses on her, mainly the “stretching” one. That’s why she’s mostly both limbs raised in the photos. Trying to find comfortable and versatile poses for the people I’m photographing, but everytime it happens my mind blanks and everyone’s minds blank and 90% of the time it’s the same pose hah.

This is only half of it! I’m saving the other half for a later blogpost because this is a long photo blogpost (is it? is it long?) and that one has a gorgeous red dress and omg can’t wait to show y’all.

*Edit: Here is the other half!

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