Last summer, I had the privilege of photographing Sara Gaffoor. I met Sara through work and, despite her other obvious assets, I was drawn in by her eyes. I immediately knew I wanted to photograph her.
The shoot took place at Innisfil Beach by the water. Sara's sister assisted with the shoot, giving Sara direction, which worked out very well. All I had to do was move into place to get the best shots. We used natural light, shooting as the sun was setting. We were also able to get some shots with the harvest moon rising behind Sara.
This is the most recent photo from the shoot that I posted on Flickr:
I can guess where most of you first looked, but check out Sara's eyes. I think they're stunning!
Overall, it was a really fun filled shoot and Sara was a dream to photograph. I can't wait to do it again.
Tonight's episode of Full Frame, In Search of Explosions, was unusual in that we had a guest host - Paul Henman. Our last guest hosting episode happen quite a few months ago, so it was great to have Paul on the show. Among other topics, we discussed his photography and his Toronto Photo Walks group. Since we both run photo groups, I was particularly interested to hear his own perspectives on that subject.
I returned home tonight from a meeting with Ujwal Arkalgud and Ricardo Santos of Story Guitars. They're building me a custom Story Guitar and we met to discuss the paint job. In my hands is the sample I selected (from a choice of two ideas), which is based on my original Washburn guitar. I think this guitar is going to look amazing!
10-22mm Exposure: 1/5 second Aperture: F/5.6 ISO: 400