Last week I made a trip out to The Hague to take part in a workshop run by Damien Lovegrove. The theme was to be boudoir and it was shot entirely within the Hotel NH Den Haag, a fabulous modern hotel in the heart of the commercial area of The Hague. Our model for the day was the extremely talented and beautiful Rosalinde. Kit wise as you may be aware I have now fully transferred over to the Fuji X system from Canon so with me on the day I had the X-T1 along with the 14mm, 35mm and the 56mm lenses. I shot purely in black and white and all the images I’ve posted below are virtually SOOC with the utmost minimal editing. I wanted to keep Rosalinde’s natural beauty without the need for heavy skin softening which I think can look false when used incorrectly. The beauty of the Fuji system is that it produces such wonderful jpegs straight from camera that you really don’t need to do a lot to them. We started the day off at around 9.30am and stopped at various times to give ourselves and Rosalinde a break and we wrapped the day up at around 5.30pm.
It was a fantastic day and the other participants were a really nice group of people and I’d like to thank them all for making it a great day.