First model photo shoot

So a few days ago, I had my first model photo shoot. I was discussing the next DPC Olympics challenge with a good friend of mine from work, and he suggested that I could take photos of a old Chevy Coupe that my boss has. Why because it's purple and I mean as purple as they come. Then I suggested more as a joke that it would be nice to have a bikini clad girl with the car. Little did I know what I was getting myself into. He called his daughter and she agreed. I was a little surprised that this whole thing was so easy to arrange. Then it hit me. This is going to be an actual person, posing with the purple car. I got so nervous, I had trouble sleeping for two days before the scheduled photo shoot. Thinking all the time, about camera settings, backgrounds, poses, etc. The day came and all these ideas just plainly evaporated. I had no idea about anything, complete blank. Miss C. has changed that. She was absolutely amazing! She seemed relaxed, and knew what she was doing. Thus making me more relaxed and focused. We spent about an hour shooting different poses, and couple of different vehicles. Not only did I managed to get a shot for the "Purple" challenge, but also a few shots that I think came out not too bad, for a beginner. It was definitely a new learning experience, and a lot of fun too. I hope that Miss C. will be gracious enough in the future to grace these pages with her beauty again. Here are some of my favorite shots.

Purple Haze
Canon 5D, ISO 200, f/5, 1/2500 sec, 25 mm
Girl in a hat
Canon 5D, ISO 200, f/5, 1/250 sec, 60 mm
Relaxing
Canon 5D, ISO 200, f/5, 1/320 sec, 60 mm
Untitled
Canon 5D, ISO 200, f/4, 1/800 sec, 20 mm
Untitled
Canon 5D, ISO 200, f/2.8, 1/500 sec, 43 mm

The rest of the photos can be found on my flickr account.