From a few months ago, the latest family portrait of The Zone @ 91-3.
Canon EOS 550D (T2i) · Tamron 17-50 f/2.8
17 mm · 1/50 s · f/5.6 · ISO 400
Strobist: Sigma EF 500 DG Super, 1/4 power, 4′ camera left, remote triggered, LiteDisc reflector, silver side up, 4′ camera right
The idea of the “family portrait” came about in 2007, when it was conceived as a Sears family portrait gone wrong, and wrong it went. We all donned our cheesiest outfits and smiles, and it made for a legitimately awful awesome photo.
The next family portrait we did was of us all in costume of some sort. I was a ninja, natch.
Flash forward to 2008, and the thought that if we pretended to look cool, we might just pull it off.
Which brings us to today.
It’s not, however, like we didn’t have fun with the shoot . . . FAKE LAUGH, EVERYONE! FAKE LAUGH!