Well, the title says its all. Or almost all. The Fashion Show had a place on 17 July 2014 at Seventeen on Belmont Street, Aberdeen, and it was a huge success. Although it was mainly for family and friends, I am sure that Aymee Charlton, who is a RUG Gray’s School of Art graduate, would be more than happy to invite you to her workshop.
Recently I talked about some technical glitches I had with my blog; well, it seems this is a more global issue and had nothing to do with my IT skills. Wordpress can’t manage, but I will not let that to put me off blogging any longer. Hence today’s post:)
Last week I had a chance to work with a fashion blogger, Angelika eM. Angelika was looking for a photographer, who could capture her creations. We went out on a freezing but sunny afternoon to Seaton Park in Aberdeen. Thanks to the sun I was able to capture some mesmerizing sun flare on some of the photos; later overcast helped with beautiful portraits without harsh shadows. Although I could not feel my fingers afterwards, it was totally worth it. Check it out!
Sometimes in the pursuit of customers and business plans we forget to photograph our close ones and document time spent with them. Also, usually on the other side of the camera, we hardly ever are on the pictures ourselves. Today I have decided to change the first part of the equation and take a few shoots of my partner. Maybe sometime soon I will be lucky enough to be photographed myself, or even altogether with him;) Fingers crossed!
There is nothing more beautiful than a beautiful woman. I appreciate female beauty, moody light, and purity of the message behind the photograph. The boudoir session I shot lats weekend was very special and holds a secret meaning for the model, but also for myself. Hopefully you can read through the mystery.
This time I have decided to play a bit with props. I designed my very own background made with feathers – and idea I got from CreativeLIVE. I dressed my model in jeans, black top and feather wings. I was looking forward to do some rough photographs with an edge…but my model really loved my new kitty, so we incorporated him in the scene. At the end you can see that he was not all that happy with our idea! 😉