For the love of flare

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On her recent visit to Australia, I was lucky to be able to shoot these promo shots on Balmoral Beach for the beautifully talented artist and my very close friend, Lynda Howitt. Lynda paints sublime abstract oil paintings with a classical romantic light and a soaring spirit that reflect her love of the ocean.  I wanted to portray Lynda in a way that connected with her artworks, so we chose to shoot at the edge of the water and in a natural way.



About christianmushenko

Photographer who specializes in people and food. I also shoot fine art seascapes and am represented in NY by June Bateman Fine Art. Watch this space for the space between the photos the rest of the world sees.
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2 Responses to For the love of flare

  1. stephen michael mushenko says:

    Interesting,and yet slightly provocative,I agree that using the Phase One, was perhaps the obvious choice and married with the Kreugnach 120ts lens makes sense ,but i wonder what the
    outcome would have been using the new self standing roller door reflector with a northern
    Californian sun bounce,thus mellowing the perhaps distracting LA smog dew which is sometimes
    a over distraction. Sent from my ishutter left hand S. M.

  2. What are you thinking; the self standing roller door reflector would obviously be overkill!

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