Pol, here with his beautiful fiancée Elea, is my third tattoo triptych.
Elea (with wonderful makeup work, by the way, courtesy of Sophie Shields, who also kept my key light from blowing over) seems nonplussed by Pol’s lack of pants, but that’s because anyone who knows him knows that random pants-lacking is always a possibility when Pol’s around.
My main project for 2013 didn’t go exactly as planned — what with this eight month gap after Jade and Allie’s tattoo triptychs appeared a month apart from each other — but I’m glad to have gotten this many done during this busy, busy year.
More in the future, I guarantee it.
Note that I didn’t say when in the future . . .
boardwalk: Canon EOS 70D · Sigma 18-35mm f/1.8 DC HSM
26 mm · 1/60 s · f/2.8 · ISO 1600
Strobist: Canon 430EX II, 1/32 power, umbrella diffused, remote triggered
tattoo: Canon EOS 70D · Tamron 60mm f/2.0 macro
60 mm · 1/600 s · f/5 · ISO 200
Strobist: Canon 430EX II, 1/16 power, 2′ camera right, umbrella diffused, remote triggered
pantsless: Canon EOS 70D · Sigma 18-35mm f/1.8 DC HSM
18 mm · 1/180 s · f/2.8 · ISO 800
Strobist: Canon 430EX II, 1/16 power, 4′ camera right, umbrella diffused, remote triggered