Bei at the Blair-Wallis area near Laramie.
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I love taking portraits, but I don't do it often enough because mostly I go out shooting in remote places by myself. This fall I'm shooting a few Senior Portraits--a tradition that has emerged since I was in high school back in the Middle Ages. It's a big deal for high school seniors now to get formal or not-so-formal outdoor portraits taken. I did a couple last year and am doing a couple this year, but I'm too busy with school to shoot many. I won't post them because I didn't ask permission to plaster them on the internet, but I did go up to Blair last night to take some photos of Bei while the leaves are so nice. Tomorrow I'm heading to the Snowies with a senior to shoot some portraits with Medicine Bow Peak in the background. That will be fun.
Photo geek information: Since I only have one strobe, that's what I'm using here. Manual exposure for background, SB800 through white umbrella camera left, TTL, thin clouds or shade are best.