I can pretty much say that I absolutely love my friends. When given the chance I absolutely say yes to the opportunity to photograph them. So when Tiana let me know that she wanted to some shoots added to her portfolio,the answer was obviously yes. Also her sister Jackie was able to tag along in the shoots which made it that much better. It was definitely a crazy hour, will be blogging more pictures on Tuesday.
This shoot was simply a lot of fun. It’s always great seeing your vision come to life. Was it worth all of the mosquito bites, I ended up having because of this shoot, Definitely. Also, without the incredible help and generosity I had, I would not have been able to do this shoot. I hope you enjoy the pictures.
I had to use a ladder to get this shot. And let me add that the ladder was not the sturdiest, so a friend of mine had to hold the ladder while I was on it. Moral of the story, always bring a friend
We couldn’t find a cute vintage dress for this shoot, and when we did find a semi decent one it was over $200 So I decided that I would just make one,so here is the end result.
So, during most of the shoot. This cat( which the owner let us know was over 20 years old) decided to follow us the whole time. So, we decided to let it in a shot a two. After all we weren’t really sure how much time the cat had left, so we indulged it for a few seconds.
I absolutely love Audrey Hepburn, so naturally when I was thinking of this shoot, I had to find some way to include her picture in it.
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Used: 50mm Lens,28-70mm lens
Definitely had a lot of fun with this shoot. This was my first shoot in about 2ish months, so it’s definitely feels good to get back into the groove of things. I met Logan about 2 weeks ago at a previous fashion shoot, that I was helping out at. She is amazing girl, who wants to become a fashion designer. She has only done a few shoots but she posed like a pro, I barely gave an instructions. I definitely appreciate her taking the time out to help me out. I was hoping it would be sunny but it ended up being extremely cloudy,which I wasn’t to happy about. But I guess you got to roll with the punches . So, here are just some shots from the day.
Lens: 28-70mm, mainly used A4.5 , Setting: Overcast