Janna Fong

simple and sweet
simple and sweet by @jfong (Janna Fong)

It's been a while since I've done a photoshoot. Heck, it's been a while since I've done art of any kind. It feels good to be creative and to have the freedom to experiment. While this is a standard portrait, I think it was pulled off nicely. Tsu, the model, was cute as ever and learned how to pose effectively from T, shadoewhunter. T compared it to a "washed up has-been training the up and coming." While I wouldn't take it that far, I thought it was nice T passed on her knowledge.

Unfortunately, we were on a time limit and only got in an hour's worth of photo time. It was also late at night, so we stayed indoors due to poor light and cold weather.

Model: Tsu Makeup: T-chan

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15y24d ago
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Posted: Saturday, 04 April, 2009 @ 09:24 AM

Very cute picture. I love the pose and the focus, and she really shines. Impressive lighting for indoors at night, too; I wouldn't have guessed based on the lighting in this picture.

Posted: Sunday, 05 April, 2009 @ 02:00 AM

Thank you! The lighting presented a challenge since my apartment doesn't have the greatest lamps. However, we were able to manage and get some nice shots. Also, I think the lens I used helped a lot in getting a sharp picture. =)

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