Model: Aukje Dutch Brandy
Photographer: Bram van Dal
Aperture: F / 1.4
Camera: Canon 5DmkII
The difference between working in a studio or on location is how you can use the space. In a studio, as a photographer, you often stand in front of the background, so that the photo becomes flat in the beginning, you can influence that by using studio lamps in which you can get more dynamics in a photo with light and shadow.
The advantage of working on location is that you can adjust the angle relative to a background more easily, where I am standing next to the background with this photo, which helps the background to create depth and guide the viewer through the photo.
At the back is soft sunlight which lights up her hair beautifully and at the front the model gets soft fill light to illuminate her face and to give the bright spots in her eyes.