Day 2 was a little more low-key on the shooting front. We (my cousin, Trisha, and I) started the day with Dave Doeppel's pin up class. The idea of pin up was outside of my comfort zone and the goal I set for myself was to try and push those comfort boundaries. I so enjoyed this class and enjoyed the camaraderie and helpfulness of all of our classmates.
First up I have the beautiful Mary Poll. I had another set up with her but hadn't noticed the bad glare on back drop from the lights until afterward. I absolutely loved this image but was unable to decide which editing style I liked the best on it. The more I look at it now the the more I am pulled to a particular one. Which one do you find more appealing the left or the right?
Next is the ever popular Caitlyn Wood. I love her look so much and she is so great to work with.
Rounding out the morning is the gorgeous Madison Scroggin. Another great person to work with.
All three of these ladies were so much fun to be around and work with. I look forward to the possibility of working with them again this next April at Shutterfest. I am also excited to glean more information from Dave, who has now earned the title of Craftsman from PPA. Congratulations on your accomplishment. It definitely goes to show that hard work does pay off.