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Jacinta Dance raw

I met Jacinta as a make-up artist on a shoot with Audrey Hewko. During the shoot I found out Jacinta was one of Audrey’s dance instructors as well. Because I love shooting dance so much I had to get Jacinta in front of my camera, so we did a quick shoot at the end.

The lighting set up was 1 Broncolor P70 reflector with a large grid and shot on Hasselblad H5D-50c | 100 mm f2.2 otus | f9 | 1/250 | iso 100. All images strait out of Hasselblad raw (Phocus) and no Photoshop

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14 comments

Gabriela

Amazing! Stunning! Absolutely inspiring photos! Congratulations, Peter-perfect as always!

Emil

As always, brilliantly seen and executed, Peter!

len

Hi Pete

great shots ..what an exquisite dancer she is ..i adore dance ..
my girl in Europe is also a dancer / model ..and is coming to Australia Sydney in couple of months ..id dig to get her to work with you …if you do sittings etc that would be great ..she is also an accomplished tog and contributes an enormous amount to shoots ..so no one ever leaves feeling uninspired ..Ill she you some pics or give you a few links soon

thanks

len

Jacinta

Thank you so much Peter! It was such a pleasure working with you on this shoot, your photography is amazing! Absolutely love them!!! xxx 🙂

    Peter

    Sorry it took so long

      Jacinta

      That’s ok!! 🙂 It was such a surprise and so worth the wait!!

Brian

Beautiful work and so inspiring

Dale McMillan

Amazing talent both in front and behind the camera.

Well done Peter and Jacinta.

Stephen

Peter there are not enough words to say how stunning this is

Jason Laacey

I second all that has been said, bravo the pair of you,excellent.

jawad

g.r,e,a,t
i like you Man ,,,you are so creative……………and talented

Sean

Amazing. No PS is the best part. SOOC. Ho high was the Broncolor P70 from the floor?

    Peter

    Thanks, about 2.8 meters

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