Sneak Peek: Studio Portrait Shoot with Ashlynne

This past weekend I had the great pleasure of getting the beautiful Ashlynne Gates, upcoming model, in front of my lens for a portrait shoot.

For this shoot we opted for some great tunes, classic hair and makeup, a simple backdrop and great outfits. It was the first time Ashlynne and I had met but it didn’t take long before we were singing along together as we worked through the session.

It was a fantastic day, resulting in some gorgeous images, and I can’t wait to work with Ashlynne again!

London Model Ashlynne Gates In Rebecca Nash Photography’s London Portrait Studio

Shortly after sharing the images with Ashlynne I received this feedback from her:

 

“My experience with Rebecca Nash was very positive. Her studio space is tidy and family friendly, which put me at ease before we even started shooting. As for professional equipment, she has it all! Rebecca had what we needed to make my portraits look 3D, instead of flat! I really appreciated the in-shoot feedback, and excellent pointers on poses and arm positions. I’m convinced that she could make just about anyone look completely fabulous in her studio! I received the edited photos from our shoot quickly, and conveniently which is perfect because I’m not tech savvy at all. All in all, Rebecca is a professional to the core and I can’t wait to shoot with her again!”

Now it’s your turn…check out the images below and let me know what you think in the comments below!

When they say less is more, sometimes they’re dead on. Sometimes the simplest setup has the biggest impact!

 

 

 

 

 

London, Ontario photographer Rebecca Nash is your London wedding, portrait, and fine art Photographer serving London, Ontario and surrounding area through Rebecca Nash Photography. Rebecca Nash prides herself on being one of London’s up and coming photography professionals gaining a following in London, Ontario and surrounding area.
Rebecca has established herself as an artist through London area and Ontario Juried Art Shows, and her current “Windows on the War of 1812” two person gallery exhibition.