One of the locations that was available to us during the Bodygraphia event was an old factory. Part of the factory was in use – producing bedding, mattresses, and so on – but a lot of the rooms were empty. There was lots of peeling paint, broken windows, dark corners, rickety staircases, and so on: in short, lots of great places to take photographs. One thing that we found, as we wandered around during our first session, was a white cage on wheels which was used to transport various materials around the factory. We decided that this would make a great prop so set up the light – a single large softbox – and took a variety of shots.

Of the three shots of Iva that I'll be posting, this is probably the least dynamic, but I'm pleased with it. As for the other two: one is my favourite of the set, but I'm really not at all sure about the other – for reasons that I'll explain when I post it.

In the meanwhile, let me know what you think of this one.

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12.41pm on 16/8/10
Canon 5D Mark II
EF 24-70mm f/2.8L USM
55mm
f/11
1/100
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n/a
evaluative
100
yes
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no
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