Well the story goes like this:
She was meeting with an amateur photo club so that they could try shooting a human model, and one of them brought some studio lights. When done I met her downtown and we hit it off pretty well. Was about 12:30 before we got to shooting. Went to the old Governer's mansion and shot on the historical grounds. I'd been told no fancy gear so only carried the XTi and 70-200mm f4 IS lens, and one 580EXII flash. While there, we saw two wedding being shot with portable softboxes but I would imagine that they had to get permits for that, and as-is, we just walked in from the street. Inside lighting was colonial and lacking the actual torches. She posed wonderfully and needed very little direction. Such a great gal that I'd have liked to have hung out with her whether shooting or not. Was a blast. She is reasonably pleased with the shots and I like them for what they are, but she really deserved better than I gave her so I feel bad about that. Anyway, plan to shoot another concept with her soon so maybe that will be on my own terms.