Bannack Best

Feb 20, 2014 by

Bannack Best

Here are a few of my Favorite Images from the Shoot in Bannack Ghost Town:


Indian Princess:



Friday February 14th 2014, 2:28pm, Bannack Montana, Nikon D3100, f/4.5, Shutter Speed: 1/640sec

Katie is so photogenic! When I look at this picture I think high fashion, one high fashioned Indian Princess. I love her pose, once again the colors and everything. I took out the blue from the snow but added it back into her headband and her eyes. I really like the foggy snow look for this image as well.


Cowgirl outside the Hotel:


Friday February 14th 2014, 2:21pm, Bannack Montana, Nikon D3100, f/4.5, Shutter Speed 1/500sec

I like the pose Julie Peterson is performing in this image. The background blur of the hotel is really nice, you can tell she is somewhere and that the location matters but she is still the main focus. I also really like the direction she is looking.

Shoot Out:



Friday February 14th 2014, 2:19pm, Bannack Montana, Nikon D3100, f/4.8, Shutter Speed: 1/500sec

I love this one! The Blokeh or Background blur is fantastic! I love how sharp her face is, and that the gun is pointed right towards the camera. The gun is apparent but she is the main focus. Once again the cold air really added to the picture.

Smiling Kisses:



Friday February 14th 2014, 2:07pm, Bannack Montana, Nikon D3100, f/4.8, Shutter Speed :1/80sec*

I think this picture is so precious! The heading may sound cheesy but it felt appropriate. They were smiling just after a kiss. This was the photo I decided to recreate in Sepia. It fit the Old Fashioned look. I added Sepia through a Photo Filter.

Sewing by the Window:



Friday February 14th 2014, 11:37am, Bannack Montana, Nikon D3100, f/4.0, Shutter Speed 1/400sec*

I loved the curtains and that sewing machine is just so adorable! Once again in the doctor’s house. I liked the light being brought in through the window, but it did make the sewing notions and machine appear a little dark, I figured it was the perfect picture to make black and white. I used a black and white filter layer.

*Referring to the original photo information:



And that is the end of the Bannack photos!

-Marisa Faye Reeves

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