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Whenever out on a photo shoot, I always seem to be presented with a photo opp that I just have to take for my own portfolio...and this is one of them.
Although it was super hot, and the sun was beaming like madd, I couldn't resist taking this shot..breaking the Portrait rules or not (you know...shooting with the sun FACING your model...definite NO NO!)
Ever since my Tokina 12-24mm f/4 lens arrived, I have been dying for a shot like this, and this was my best chance.
I bought this lens for "Specialty" reasons, and this was one of them.
This shot was PURPOSELY distorted to give the tall/lengthy effect. This lady is only 5ft tall, but when shot at 12mm from the ground, she can look as tall as 10ft.
Well, enough story telling. I just wanted to share my first Pro image with my newest lens, and see what y'all thought ;-)
As always, I REALLY hope y'all like it ;-)
Also by Ahmed Roberson
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