Hard Shadows

Normally, bright sun and hard shadows are the last thing you want for a portrait, but this time around it worked. 🙂

 

Hasselblad 500CM, 250mm/f5.6 Zeiss Sonnar lens
Ultrafine Extreme 400 film

2 thoughts on “Hard Shadows

  1. Obviously you wanted to do a high contrast portrait. Black often does wonders for an image, especially allegorical images. In the shadow on the neck and behind the neck on the wall are two lines that do not belong in the picture. Otherwise, I think you achieved your goal. I can imagine a variation of what a minimal bounce light would do on the shadow side. Bravo!

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