(Note: ALL IMAGES ARE UNEDITED AND NOT RETOUCHED AS OF NOW)I Know that my posts have been lacking lately.... but I will tell myself right now that it is OK because I am so busy. Saying that will at least let me sleep tonight (can't disappoint my fans!). The last two nights I've been shooting a couple of senior portraits. When I went out to capture these shots, I decided that I wanted some traditional, and some very unique shots. My results are posted above. Going out to shoot, there was no set location, and we drove to places I believed might be good at this time. Normally, I like to have gone out and scouted everything in advance, but this is not a perfect world.... I used my Alienbees B1600 lights, a 32"x40" softbox, and some lastolite trigrip diffusers and reflectors. If the sun was shining on the subjects face, I would place the softbox to the side that needed the largest boost. This is known as fill light, and helps even the lighting and get rid of harsh shadows. I would get more into the technical details, but I will save that until I have more time! Look for more posts on this subject soon and enjoy these shots. Any comments or feedback is greatly appreciated and can be posted by clicking the link at the bottom of this post. Now it's time for me to get back to packing, and editing!