Let me take your picture
I know having your picture taken can be a daunting task. Trust me, if I am in front of the the lens I turn into a goofy nervous mess. I also know that no matter how well I light you, what lens I use and it is generally my 85mm f1.2 but I digress. The point is I can create a beautiful shot but if you do not feel comfortable in front of the lens it won't work. I find I capture those beautiful moments when you let your guard down. I want my picture to best represent you which is why I never put a timeframe on a shoot. We will finish when you are happy. I had the pleasure of photographing Haley last week. I wanted to share some of these images with you today. Looking at these can you believe this was here her first time in front of the camera? Total natural. Get in contact for more details today!
Time flies when you are having fun
Yes that moment when you realise the week has indeed gone by and it is Monday. The one thing I forgot was my blog. Feeling a little annoyed at myself but I have had a busy week. Enough apologising time to upload and share some images I took of the beautiful Georgia Meacham working with the very talent make up artist Sol Bouille. Enjoy!
Wow what a week, it is good to be busy. I thought I would share with you some images I took at the start of the week. I headed to St James' Hall, Weybridge to capture some images from the technical rehearsal of the show called Seven Letters. Written and directed by Rian Flatley, Seven Letter is the story of three spirited women whose circumstances have brought them together. I really wish the the cast and crew all the best.
Behind the scenes
Thought I would share with you a little clip I shot and edited a little while back. I was lucky enough to spend a few hours in the studio as Melissa Uren worked her magic, capturing beautiful images for the latest Hawes and Curtis campaign. Unfortunately, I was only able to stay for a few hours in the morning as I had to head to another job. Please take a look at the video below.
weekly musing from Rosalind Alcazar Photography