The title says it all really – just a fabulous time!
A bit more infrared!
You’d never believe this was Lois’s first photoshoot judging by the images that we were able to create – a natural!
A good evening was had by all!
I’ve got a whole heap of shots on my iPad used for inspiration / ideas etc, so it’s always a pleasant surprise when the model in a photograph I’ve long admired contacts me for a photoshoot. The only correct answer is ‘yes, when?’ and so a photoshoot is born!
It doesn’t always come off, as I’ve had so many cancellations this year it’s untrue, but luckily this one did! Kerry Ann was awesome to work with, and we ended up with some cracking images – it doesn’t get much better!
Another of the sort of shot I really want to be taking – this time of the lovely Raphaella! I just love the lines and shapes in this shot.
I’ve worked with Raphaella in the past, so thought I knew what to expect, and modelling-wise it lived up to all my hopes, it’s just I didn’t expect the shoot to have an audience comprising of a 10 week old Sha Pei – one of the more unusual shoots I’ve done!
Some more InfraRed shooting – this time a change of subject!
A trip to the lakes for so much needed rest and a bit of walking with the wonderful HP, and also to try my hand at a bit of landscape photography – it’s not an area I’ve had much success in really, but I was quite chuffed with some of the images that popped out from this trip, especially the infra red shots. The above shot was taken at Wastwater, an area I’m hoping to get back to next year to do a bit more wandering.
The InfraRed shot gives these odd red/orange tones straight out of camera – it does work in black and white, but I do like the colours!
Another of the beautiful Rachelle Summers – I do like the feel of this shot, there’s a certain attitude about it that attracts. The afternoon with Rachelle yielded a ton of fantastic images that I’ll probably still be editing into my eighties, due to the fact there is always an undiscovered gem when I go back to the original shots – can’t be bad
This is just the sort of shot I love, and I’m so proud, I could probably stop now and be really happy!
But maybe I won’t
The model is the lovely Rachelle Summers – what a way to spend a days holiday!
Can’t beat a bit of InfraRed!
This is what happens when you use an Infra Red camera with Zoe, the dark haired model of my previous post – pretty spectacular eh? The latex she’s wearing turns really contrasty with her pale skin, the hair goes an amazing blue colour, and the tattoos look incredible – pretty much an awesome shot!
I’ve been shooting a lot in my little studio without taking advantage of the other opportunities shooting in the house can offer, so I’m determined to shoot more making use of the natural light falling about the house, as it really does result in some pretty awesome pics!