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I met up with Lucinda Rosell and Selma Strandberg in Näsbypark for an evening photoshoot after work. We started with a set of photos in the green room, before heading out to Näsaäng. Here is a selection of my favourite photos.

Lucinda Rosell
Selma Strandberg
Lucinda Rosell. We worked on this pose for quite some time, it was fun to see how it evolved with every iteration.
Lucinda Rosell. I normally use the 35 mm in the green room, since it is quite a small space. When doing portraits or closer photos it is important to watch out for lens distortions.
Selma Strandberg
Lucinda Rosell. A fist full of feathers.
Lucinda Rosell
Selma Strandberg
Selma Strandberg. This portrait was shot with the 35mm lens, compare it to the portraits at the end of the blog post shot on the 200mm lens.
Lucinda Rosell
Lucinda Rosell

For the second part we headed down to Näsaäng. I decided to bring the 200mm f/2.0 lens, to get a bit more reach, and beautiful bokeh. We arrived just in time to get the last bit of orange sunlight, before the sun hid behind the tree line.

Selma Strandberg
Selma Strandberg
Lucinda Rosell
Selma Strandberg
Lucinda Rosell

We ended the photoshoot with a set of portraits. The 200mm lens really allows for great isolation of the subject against the background which just melts away.

Lucinda Rosell
Selma Strandberg

Many thanks to Lucinda and Selma for a fun photoshoot!

Instagram: Lucinda, Selma, Johannes

— Johannes

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