Sunday, 2 March 2014
I was very much looking forward to working with Chloe. I had sourced a Make-up Artist so that the fashion ideas could be enhanced.. Everything was set. Chloe was on her way when the Make-up Artist cancelled. Chloe got part way through her train journey and the train was stopped and she was put in a taxi. On meeting her at the railway station I was given a very happy wave and I knew we would have a great day. We had a brief stop to get make-up supplies. Chloe certainly was a breath of fresh air with her vibrant conversation and positivity. We sailed on with the shoot and I was motivated and inspired by Chloe's enthusiasm and we certainly got into a great flow of great shots. So here is the first installment of our fashion shoot. Enjoy and feel free to comment and share.
Sunday, 16 February 2014
My second shoot with Becky seemed to come round very fast and as before organisation was great apart from one thing! The Make-Up Artist cancelled on the day. Undeterred we just got on and went for three very different looks. The first showed off Becky's grace in front of camera. With her dance background her poise really makes a difference. The second set I wanted to give Becky an attitude and edge so that she has something different for her portfolio. Using some shadowy lighting enhanced further the mood. Our third set involved getting very much a winter fashion look. Becky being very tall; fashion is so much part of her modelling. I think this really brought a more mature look to her portfolio. Variety is the spice of life. Very positive shoot.