Cat: Moonlight Play - Portrait Session

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Moonlight Play - Creative Portrait Session

At least every now and again it's hugely important to throw away some rules and experiment with your creativity. Consistency is great, but in order to grow in your work you have to test and cross your own boundaries. I've planned to do this shoot with Cat at golden hour, but as life sometimes happens, she turned up as the sun had already set. This was meant to be a creative challenge, so I took it. We shot in the blue hour, as the sun had already gone. The light kept getting dimmer and dimmer with every shot. The moon looked over us, brighter and brighter. I let my process flow. Cat was naturally very shy in front of the camera, but as I gently directed her she soon relaxed and began to play. So these are the results of play. Me, Cat and the Moon. 

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