After six long years, I finally photographed Riley again. In that time, she got a whole lot more tattoos and also became both a plumber and a mom!
For this photo shoot, the images in my living room were created with late afternoon north window light bounced off a silver reflector in front of Riley. The bedroom images used an Alien Bees monolight and a different modifier than I usually use — a gridded 12×36″ stripbox.
Everything was shot with the Nikon 85mm ƒ/1.8 lens, Tamron 45mm ƒ/1.8 VC lens, and Tamron 35mm ƒ/1.8 VC lens on a Nikon D750. Since this photo shoot, I’ve upgraded to the Nikon Z 6II (an amazing camera in every respect), and discovered how horrendous Tamron support is. I love those lenses and would recommend them for their image quality and VC capabilities, as long as you’re okay with never having to deal with Tamron for support. I’ve since replaced the Tamron 35mm with the Nikon Z 35mm ƒ/1.8 lens.