All the In-Between Places

With the Thanksgiving holiday done and past, I was hopeful for a brief period of time before total Christmas insanity establishes a firm hold. After a brief errand run in town today, I can say my hopes have been dashed.

Regardless, for me, this is a great time in which to work new projects and finish old ones. The end of the year, the turning of a new page on the calendar to start a new year is always an optimistic time. I’m hopeful to get at least two and perhaps three sessions completed during these last few weeks of 2011.

In the meantime, I thought I’d share a couple of candid shots taken during nude sessions over the years. I don’t do these shots often as I like to keep the flow of the session moving. However, should an opportunity present itself…

Everyone’s sessions are a little different. Here’s a peek at what sometimes happens during mine when there’s a break in the work, when the background or light may be just a bit off, or a piece of needed gear can’t be located. It’s a look at those places which occur between all of the gallery and blog worthy images.

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I have a shoot with a brand-new model scheduled for tomorrow. This will also be her very first professional session and the first ‘real’ nude session I’ve shot out-of-doors. To say I’m looking forward to it is an understatement; we’ll be shooting in a protected wilderness area south of Savannah, and the weather is forecast to be tolerable: mostly sunny, with highs in the upper 60’s. While I would prefer an overcast day, overcast fall days in Georgia generally mean a blustery cold and rainy day. I’ll take it.

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The careful reader of this blog will note something different in today’s post. It’s nothing big, just something I did in the interest of staying current with the posts. Or perhaps it’s just I’m feeling a bit lazy today.

Regardless, new work will be created tomorrow and this is good news. It means new work will soon be seen.

 

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2 Responses to All the In-Between Places

  1. Looking forward to seeing what you will have done today. I think i am as excited as you.

  2. Bill Ballard says:

    Thank you David. The shoot went reasonably well; the location presented a few unanticipated challenges, abut all in all it was good. I’ll have some images in the next update.

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