Mood-Retro Photo Shoot

 

   I ended 2017 with my most favorite shoot yet! I just love these 70 vibe photos that I shot for a PINK article for Oak and Lee Magazine featuring fashion blogger HeyItsCarlyRae. I really wanted to capture a “mood” moment both in the setting, feel, and pose. The retro white sunglass trend have been in season over the last few months and I was just dyeing to incorporate them in one of my shoots and this one definitely suited the vibe. I am all about creating modern retro fashion images! If you want to read the full article that features my work click here ===========  www.oakandlee.com


Fashion Speaks When Words Can’t…

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A stormy day played the perfect role as my background when I shot this photo. Natural light was used to shoot this photograph, all that I used was the compensation dial on my Fuji XT1. I love all the contrast featured on the model’s dress and hair. When there is a lot of contrast in a fashion photo, that is when I like to convert it  into black and white because contrast ads detail into a black and white photograph. Her expression of looking away really makes the photo come together. When shooting fashion, the expression of your model reflects on the mood of the photo. I absolutely love shooting models wearing big fancy gowns because it ads so much detail and a form of deep dramatic sensation to a photograph, especially when the wind is blowing.  This was part of a New Year photo shoot job for famous Instagrammer @HeyitsCarlyRae.

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