For me the last few weeks have been interesting to say the least. We have all had a lot on our plate and for me I have stepped back as I felt more important voices needed to be heard. Instead I wanted to use this time to learn and listen. Anyway, I wrote a blog post on the 5th of July about a my giveaway and I wanted to remind people you have until the 9th of August to enter. I have had some lovely messages so I might try and make this a monthly prize. I have felt fellow creatives have had a short straw and this is my way of helping and giving back. So details are below. Three simple steps to enter my giveaway
1- Follow me on Instagram here
2- Follow me on Facebook here
3- Comment on a image using the hashtag #rosalindalcazargiveaway
It will be a London based outside shoot on Tuesday the 11 of August. I will have four Quick Pick Up Packages on offer. A Quick Pick Up Package includes a 45 minute shoot and 2 retouched images. Extra edits will be £25 each with £20 donated to The Actor's Benevolent Fund. Good luck to you all.
I don't know what it is about this weather but my migraines have been out of control. Anyone else suffer? Please send your tips my way. So I will keep this weeks post short and sweet. It was great to shoot and catch up with sustainable fashion blogger Tess Montgomery. It is always a pleasure working with Tess but I love learning new style tricks to help update your look. Make your wardrobe work for you, anyway below are a a few favourites.
Been feeling a little homesick recently so have had Ben Harper's She's Only Happy in The Sun playing on repeat. Crazy how certain songs can take you back in time. I have so many happy memories associated with this tune, dancing in the late afternoon Australian sunshine. Now, if summer was a dress it would be this beautiful Rixo number. It was an absolute pleasure to work with Tanya Cumberland again and super excited to share these images. It was an early start to the day but totally worth it as that morning light was just perfect. Below are a few of my favourites.
So I first discovered Daphine while working with a client and fell in love with their elegant and timeless items. I have worn silver for many many years but that was all about to change. Like most people I fell in love with the classic 'Oli' ring however, then started eyeing up the ID bracelet. A beautiful piece which is also an everyday essential. I like it because it is personalised, has my name on it but also discreetly identifies health condition on the inside. If you haven't already, check out Daphine's pieces here, I already have my eye on a few more items.
weekly musing from Rosalind Alcazar Photography