Courtney's Graduation

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My niece graduated High School and I was called into service to take photos. Due to social distancing my sister had to reserve a time slot for the school grounds.
Would have preferred a bit later for softer lighting but I found some shaded areas that worked well.

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I'd say Uncle Chris done a good job.:thumbup:

Was it a hard choice 85 vs 55 for the lens?
I swapped the lenses based on how much room I had to work and how much I wanted to blur the background. Typically I use the 85 for a vast majority if not all shots but the 55 came in handy in the tighter areas.
 

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Beautiful girl ..... did you use fill flash or a reflector in these. I never manage to get Lucy to look up and her face is always shaded so thinking maybe about conquering flash!
 

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