When the doctor finally explained what cancer is, Katherine felt her world crumble. “Ramielle was just a baby, and I could not understand that babies can have cancer.
When Ramielle had his last test, they could not sleep, and hoped for favorable results.
With support from her family, Kessa gamely faced all challenges and completed her chemotherapy program with so much to spare. I went back to shooting with the white seamless paper as the background, but kept the big softbox as my main light on my right side and faced it towards me so I can only get the feathered light hitting my subject.
I got two bare studio strobes and placed it at the back left and right of the subject pointing at the seamless paper to get it pure white.
The light for the background is about 2 stops higher than my main light which was an umbrella on the right side of the camera. Layugan, 6 Diagnosis: Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia, cancer free since November 2014 Young Ramielle was diagnosed with cancer at the age of 1 year and 8 months.
At the time, his mother Katherine knew nothing about cancer, save for it being a serious illness.
For my camera, I was using a Nikon D810 and Nikon 24-70 f/2.8 lens. Agustin, 21 Diagnosis: Hodgkin’s Lymphoma, cancer free since April 2012 “I was only 16 when I found out I had cancer.
I was really surprised and scared, and I thought it was my end. most specially your time, and it brings so many difficulties to your family.
For this shot, I turned off the two studio strobes pointing at the background.
I then faced the big softbox towards Seve, 45 degrees.
According to Hannah the needles being inserted for the bone marrow were the most challenging experience she had. When I am strong, I thank Papa Jesus” For this shot I wanted a really white background and a rim light around the subject.