Returning to Santa Fe for today’s post with this image of Mecca from our “street shoot” back in 2020. Since Santa Fe’s downtown center area has only short buildings, there is a lot of opportunity to get some great light in early morning and evening. This shot looks “lit” but the light here is just reflecting the the side of a nearby building so no bounce or fill flash here (but it does look like it). Mecca of course makes it easy to get lovely images as she really knows how to work the camera. That’s true for both side of the camera as she is a great photographer herself. You can see her work over at @meccamovinglight
Sony 24-105 lens (at 24mm)
It’s very dark in the auditorium of the Scottish Rite in Sante Fe, NM but we made it work. I love the vibe Madeline has here to go with the piano, her dress, and the lighting. The high ISO tends to flatten the color but I think it just adds to the feel. One of my favorite images from the entire week right here and Madeline is a super pro to work with.
Madeline on Insta: https://www.instagram.com/goodolmadeline/
Sony 24-104 4.0 lens
1/125 | F 4.0 | iso 6400