ALEX : Studio

Keeping things simple in the studio to play with angles, light, and simplicity!

Edited with my Heck Yeah Presets (Bright 3)!

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tip:

If you know my work, you know I love minimalism. It keeps me sane and keeps my images clean and free of distracting elements. If you're after a minimal look, there can be more to it than removing distractions and composing for simplicity. Color palettes play a huge role in how simple or complicated an image is. I like to to keep my color to a minimum in my images. I chose to share this tip with this set because it's a prefect example of it! There are two tones in these. Red (lips) and tans (different shades, but all the same color). That leaves a simple, minimal look that would have been overtaken if there were different color choices in the wardrobe, background, etc. Yay, education!
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    Always amazed at your work with just one person. I find working with single individuals so much harder than working with couples who can feed off of one another and have a history. Wonderful set of images!

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