A couple of days ago I shared some shots from a shoot at Dawlish Warren with my first male model, Adam. Here are the monochrome edits from this shoot...
Wednesday, August 12, 2015
Saturday, August 08, 2015
I've been pretty bad on the blogging front for the last few weeks, caught up in summer reading and looking after my adorable niece and nephew, however I have finally completed the edits from my first male portraiture shoot with Adam.
This was definitely something different for me, when I did this shoot, I'd easily done a dozen female portraiture and fashion shoots but somehow I'd never actually worked with a male model. Generally I found very few differences, but the couple I found really did change the dynamics. I quickly established that male poses are entirely different and that consequently composition was often changed to suit the male physique. Nonetheless, I definitely found it good to try something new, and I look forward to sharing you the second set of photographs from this shoot.
Friday, July 17, 2015
I'm really taking advantage of my free time this week and trying to tick everything off my to-do list, these photographs are from one of many fashion and portraiture shoots I did at the end of last term.
This shoot definitely had a floral theme, a floral print dress, a flowery headpiece and a variety of flowers in the backgrounds. One of the things I love about letting a model choose their own look and outfit is the fact that I'm always amazed by how different everyone's own style is. Lucy wears a summery floral formal dress here but with a winter knitted cardigan ... which is of course somewhat necessary when you live in England. Granted, we've had some great weather and heatwaves lately, but it's not often warm enough to simply wear a summer dress.
Model: Lucy Emma Naysmyth Sigley
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