Girl In a Skirt Fights the wind.
ISO 200 10mm f10 1/500 sec
Continuing the Girl In a Skirt project, I’m coming across a huge challenge and it has nothing to do with anything camera related, lens related or anything technical. The hardest part is finding skirts. We bought this skirt in Moab and haven’t been able to find another anywhere. Short, mid-thigh flowing skirts are almost impossible to find anywhere. We’v traipsed allover the city trying to find something kind of like what’s in this photo, but different.
None. Nada. Zilch. Next stop, probably some second hand stores.
Girl In a Skirt looking at red rocks. ISO 200 10mm f9.0 1/640 sec
I’m starting a new project called Girl In a Skirt. I’m not quite sure where it’s going to lead other than it will feature, well, a girl in a skirt. But I am thinking maybe the same girl in various different skirts and locations and shot with different styles. I don’t know. But I like the idea of a unified project to give some direction in which to go. In reality it’s probably going to evolve as I go. The only thing I do know is that it will be a girl in a skirt.
This particular one was shot with my Sigma 10-20mm f/4-5.6 EX DC HSM which I’m really growing to like.