Roadtrip 2022 - beach shooting in Heringsdorf on the island of Usedom with Sophie Art

Roadtrip 2022 - beach shooting in Heringsdorf on the island of Usedom with Sophie Art

Sun, beach, sea and the beautiful Sophie Art - creative collaboration and have fun on our road trip along the Baltic Sea

For the first time the Sigma Art 105mm F1.4 DG HSM for the right use and what can I say, absolutely perfect for outdoor full-body portraits. The bokeh is stunning. I had to partially fade out to get some structure in the background. The other pictures were taken with the proven Sigma Art 85mm F1.4 DG HSM.

The photo series with the beautiful model Sophie Art from Nuremberg in a white bikini, which was taken during a photo shoot on the beach in Heringsdorf next to the pier on the island of Rügen, was an absolute highlight of our Baltic Sea road trip. Sophie radiated her natural beauty and matched the picturesque backdrop perfectly.

The beach in Heringsdorf on the Baltic Sea provided the ideal setting for this shoot. The fine sand, the turquoise water and the characteristic pier created an idyllic backdrop that harmonized perfectly with Sophie's white bikini. The sun shone warmly from the sky and bathed the scenery in a soft light.

Sophie impressed with her presence and her professional demeanor in front of the camera. Her grace and confidence were reflected in every pose. She embodied the spirit of summer and relaxation while exuding a natural elegance.

The photo shoot on the beach was a mix of fun and creative collaboration. We explored the different areas of the beach together and experimented with different perspectives and angles. Sophie was open to new ideas and brought her own creative vision, which led to impressive results.

The Baltic Sea road trip and the photo shoot at Heringsdorf beach will always be unforgettable memories. It was a unique opportunity to capture the natural beauty of Sophie Art while enjoying the stunning coastline of the Baltic Sea.

The white bikini Sophie wore accentuated her perfectly formed curves and complemented the beach backdrop perfectly. The contrast of the white fabric with the blue sea and golden sand created an aesthetic balance that drew the eye and made the shots even more captivating.

The photo shoot on the beach was characterized by a joyful and relaxed atmosphere. Sophie clearly enjoyed walking in the sand, playing with the waves and letting the sea breeze caress her. This playful atmosphere was reflected in the images and gave them a lively energy.

During the shoot we experimented with different scenarios and poses to take full advantage of Sophie's versatility and the beauty of the beach. Sometimes she lay gently in the sand, sometimes she stood proudly on the rocks next to the pier and sometimes she danced with the waves. Each moment has been captured with passion and dedication to capture the uniqueness of the moment.

Sophie Art and I had the opportunity to realize our artistic vision while enjoying the natural splendor of the Baltic Sea. This series of photos will always remain a special part of our memories of the Baltic Sea road trip.

Focal lengths over 100 mm in portrait photography - ideal for outdoor sessions with lots of space

Focal lengths over 100mm are often used in portrait photography to achieve specific visual effects and focus on the subject's face and details. Here are some points to keep in mind when using focal lengths over 100mm in portrait photography:

  • Perspective Compression: Focal lengths over 100mm tend to compress perspective. This means that objects in the background will get closer to the model and the background will appear blurrier. This can help separate the model from the background and bring focus to the face and body.
  • Shallow depth of field: With longer focal lengths, you can create a shallower depth of field. This allows you to blur the background and make the model in the foreground stand out. This creates a nice depth effect and draws attention to the model.
  • Magnifying the details: By using focal lengths longer than 100mm, you can magnify details of the model's face and body. This makes it possible to capture fine features such as eyes, lips or skin structures with greater clarity and sharpness.
  • Distance to the model: With longer focal lengths, you usually have to be further away from the model in order to get the desired image detail. This can have the advantage that you don't have to get the model as close to you, which can lead to a more pleasant and natural shooting situation.
  • Field of View Restriction: Longer focal lengths often have a narrower field of view than shorter focal lengths. This can make it more difficult to include a larger scene or environment in the image. It may require more precise composition and planning to achieve the desired framing.

When using focal lengths over 100mm in portrait photography, it is important to keep in mind the desired image impact and to consider the technical aspects such as depth of field, perspective and composition. Experiment with different focal lengths to find your own style and preferences and create unique portrait images.

It is important to note that the choice of lens depends on your personal style and the image results you want to achieve. Experiment with different focal lengths to find the one that best suits your style and the needs of the situation. By understanding the areas of application for lenses with focal lengths over 100mm in portrait photography, you can work towards specific effects and compositions and create unique portraits.

Model: Sophie Art

Publisher: septem sensu

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