Between Shots

Sometimes, the gem shots happen between setups during photoshoots. This was the case a couple weeks ago, when I collaborated with model Piani, makeup artist Filipa, and her husband Jeda during a  swimsuit shoot out in Kahala Beach. Piani was changing her pose, and Jeda was shifting the lighting, when a strong breeze picked up Piani's hair and threw it across her face. Luckily I had, by chance, been looking through my camera to figure out a frame for the next setup, and snapped the shutter.

Moral of the story? Never put your camera down during a shoot because you never know when that shot may come up :)

Image info: Nikon D300, Nikon 50mm 1.8G @f7.1, ISO 200, 1/400 sec. SB900 fired through 24 inch softbox camera left, Lastolite Tri-Grip reflector held camera right.  triggered via Pocket Wizard Flex TT5 transmitters.


  1. Beautiful! I love the small, unnoticed moments you capture.



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