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High Key portrait with new Fuji Xpro2 and 90mm

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Hello everyone,

 

just a quick introduction of myself. I'm a portrait and fashion photographer based in Florence.

I've recently switched my professional equipment to Fuji, since I've used for one year the X100T and I found it was working very good for me. 

 

Here's my first session i took in my studio with the xpro2 and the 90mm. 

I shoot it with the natural light coming from the big window in my studio and with a beauty dish helping the light on the eyes. 

 

The picture has been shoot in raw and edited in Lightroom with Classic Chrome Color Profile. 

 

Soon on my blog I will post an extended first review with more photos from this session,

 

Alessandro

 

 

 

 

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