Rhiannon Day © Tony Powell 8-2-09

Rhiannon Day © Tony Powell 8-2-09

After leaving a party at the home of the Jamaican Ambassador, we pulled into an area of Rock Creek Park, on the Maryland side, where the harshness of the sun was obscured by the tree line. Although I’m a strobist at heart, there is still nothing like available light for portraits. Rhiannon so naturally knows how to be photographed, that all I had to concern myself with was exposure and composition.

Rhiannon Day photographed by Tony Powell • Candy Cane City • August 2, 2009

Equipment: Canon EOS 20D with an 85mm f 1.8 Series EF USM Telephoto Lens, Westcott reflector (gold), 580 EX II speedlite (off-camera)

Rhiannon Day © Tony Powell 8-2-09

Rhiannon Day © Tony Powell 8-2-09

Rhiannon Day photographed by Tony Powell • Rock Creek Park • February 19, 2010

© Tony Powell. Rhiannon Day. February 19, 2010

Walking the streets with an old friend is like taking a trip back in time. Places and images remind you of how you felt twenty years ago. It might be Parkway or it might be girls at a bus stop in high tops. Either way their is nothing like seeing things twice with a true friend. Always look twice…you never know what you might see if you slow down and pay attention. Jesus Christ. – Rhi run

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  1. Bryan Williams says:

    Hey I just wanted to drop a line and see what you were up
    to… it’s obvious you are doing well!! Apologies for reaching you
    this way, but I am not a facebook kind of guy, don’t believe in it,
    although i guess it would have come in handy here… Anyways if you
    have a chance it would be nice to hear from you, to catch up. Bryan
    p.s. Your natural hair and curls… you look great!!

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