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Micah’s Senior Portraits

Micah is a senior in the class of 2014 from Sandpoint High School, we worked on his senior portraits at a couple of locations around Sandpoint.  Since Micah is a tennis player for Sandpoint we finished up our session at the tennis court where we had perhaps the most amazing sunset I have ever had during a portrait shoot!

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Sandpoint High School Senior Micah's senior photos in Sandpoint Idaho by Jason Duchow Photography www.jasonduchowphotography.com

Amazing sunset for this tennis themed senior portrait

Outtakes

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Jason Duchow Photography is located in Oldtown, Idaho and does on location portraiture throughout Northern Idaho and Eastern Washington.   Jason specializes in environmental portrait photography often with the use of  dramatic lighting techniques and is also known for his freelance sports photography work for www.idahosports.com, The Coeur d’Alene Press, The Bonner County Daily Bee, Priest River Times, Newport Miner, Sandpoint Newsline and a handful of other newspapers and publications.
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    • jason
      jason says:

      Thanks James! I used three strobes, 1 with a large octabox and grid for the main light and then two with 7″ refectors with 30 degree grids on each side of the court placed high and slightly behind him.

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