Photography and commentary from John Fujimagari

Kaitlyn Spin


Kaitlyn Spin

 

While attending Dave Brosha’s Creative Bootcamp, we were separated into small groups and often required to work together, due to time constraints. For me, photography has been a solo sport. Even at other workshops shooting together meant, near one another. So the whole collaborative work was pretty alien to me. Working with other photographers as well as a model put a new twist on the way I do things. On this shoot, I was working with Joanne Cousins of Living Soul Photography and Michelle Gier of Michelle Gier Photography

As a former dancer, our model Kaitlyn was perfect for the 2 Light Motion study. She moved so smoothly and gracefully, and worked without complaint, even though we kept her spinning and jumping.

In the best light…

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