I met Ameerah Tatum at a theater years ago and asked her to come into the studio for a portrait. We shot a number of variations but I liked this more serious side of her. A year later she left Austin to tour Europe as a musician and actor.
I printed this from a 6x6 cm. black and white negative onto Agfa Portriga Rapid #3 paper and toned it in a mild selenium toner. The image was made with a Hasselblad ELX and a 180mm f4 Zeiss Planar lens.
The lighting consisted of a four foot by six foot softbox from one side several wide grid spots on the background.
I like the way portrait composition works in the square...