© Allan Bramsen 2017
On 1. februar 2019 In Black & White, Themed


Allan Bramsen


Scottish and sometimes Irish an English person or a Lowland Scot”
Word origin of ‘Sassenach’ from Scottish Gaelic Sasunnach, Irish Sasanach, from Late Latin saxonēs Saxons.

Well yes, this is my portrait series, a series i started with in middle of 2018, everytime i had a customer or test model in house i asked if they would do a free spirit portrait i think i called it, and later on it became my Sassenach theme, a english person they are not, but it also means a stranger, and strangers some of them are.

In the last years we known the Sassenach word a lot, Jamie calls his spouse Claire by that a lot in the Books as in the TV show Outlander, yes i’m a huge fan, maybe that’s why this series became by that name…?

Explain of light, well not much to tell here, it’s so damn easy, its a two light setup, i took in from Felix Kunze, a made a strobox diagram to show it below.

Two light used, on in a huge Octa behind me, double diffused with a Godox AD200, and another on a boom, a Godox V850II in a diffused umbrella, all shoot on a Sony A7III with the Sony FE 85mm f/1.8 at f/5.6 – 1/160 – ISO100.

“I talk to you as I talk to my own soul,” he said, turning me to face him. He reached up and cupped my cheek, fingers light on my temple. “And Sassenach,” he whispered, “Your face is my heart” 
― Diana Gabaldon, Dragonfly in Amber

Allan Bramsen

A passionate photographer who lives for the picture, the sensuel and story telling within.
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