Back to where it all began
So you might have noticed my recent work has been very fashion heavy, working with bloggers and brands to help create unique images for social media and online. Yes I confess that I do really enjoy this new style of work, my Facebook and Instagram feed will only confirm this. So it was an absolute pleasure, amongst a busy week, that I broke up my schedule with a headshot shoot. Actor Christopher Georgio was after some new images. Take a little look below at some of the rushes. Far too many favourites.
Always a pleasure
Bethany and I have been trying to organise a shoot for a few months now and we finally managed to confirm a date. The weather was well typical London grey but that did not dampen our mood. I was looking forward to this shoot as Bethany has such an incredible face, you really can not take a bad photo! I mean those cheek bones and that front tooth gap, so cute. Anyway, this shoot was to gain some natural images for her modelling portfolio. Nothing natural here, I'd say stunning more like. Check out a few of the images below.
Life of a freelancer
Life of a freelance has many pros and cons however, I thoroughly love the fact I can work anywhere as long as I have wifi and my trusty laptop. While I have set up a little office space in my new flat I am also sharing this with the boy. What can I say, it has been an interesting adjustment and sometimes I find I am much more productive when I head to a local cafe, far fewer distractions. Anyway, I did a shoot with Laura from The Careless Blogger recently with a similar theme. Laura was rocking a playful pin stripe blazer dress from ASOS. We were both frozen from shooting another look outside and headed into a near by cafe to defrost and of course drink some coffee. It was my first time in Palm Vaults and what an absolutely beautiful location. Staff were super friendly and let us take a few cheeky snaps, I mean just look at the decor. So I am going to pretend I look this stylish when I work away from home but to be honest you would probably find me in jeans and a big jumper. What can I say the Australian in me does feel the cold.
I hope I am not the only photographer who will be walking with her friends when she suddenly has to stop to take note of her surrounding because you can never have enough good locations in mind. I was walking back from brunch at Caravan (which was delicious) and heading to the tube to our next destination when I came across this awesome tunnel. I knew as we walked to to the tube that I really wanted to shoot here. So when Georgia contacted me for test shoot and it was meant to be raining (again) I thought it might be a perfection location. Take a look at the images below.
weekly musing from Rosalind Alcazar Photography