As part of my on-going project to photograph tattooed ladies, I was introduced to Chrissy (a.k.a. Pretty in INK) on MySpace by Kori. Chrissy also has a 7 month-old son, and we decided we would shoot a few pictures of them together.
Chrissy wanted to put tattoos on her son, so she went to Michaels and picked up some Ed Hardy Washable tattoos. Chrissy's son was such a good sport, didn't cry the whole time and was just smiling and very alert. He made it very easy for me to photograph them. I also arranged my latest MUA/HS to do Chrissy's hair. I really like Kate's style since it's been different for each young lady.
Not much to discuss on this post. Same high-key lighting except my background light modifier changed since I broke my silver umbrella at work. I used my 64" PLM with the Black cover and an RPS Monolight, when will those darn Einsteins come out. For the "key" light, I used my new silver 86" PLM with front diffusion fabric. For "fill", I used Robert's AB400 with my 42" octabox. The following light meter readings at ISO 100 and 1/125 were:
So this is my fourth young lady, I have one more tomorrow, which will feature my MUA/HS, Kate and then another one on March 20. So until my next session...
...That's A Wrap!!!