This week has been crazy but in a good way. I have been lucky enough to shoot a variety of jobs which has pushed my creative boundaries. I am very excited to share this work with you all soon. In the meantime let me share some pictures I took from a recent Daphine event. As a silver piece jewellery wearer, I have never wanted so many gold pieces before. I have been loving the Oli ring but must confess I am now seriously obsessed with the nostalgic ID bracelet which you can get engraved. Just in time for Christmas ;) Check out Daphines Instagram page as they have limited spaces for Friday the 29. AIn't no party like a engraving party.
So it is hard to believe a month has flown by since my return from my epic holiday to Hawaii. It feels a lot longer than a month but I felt very grateful to come back to so many fabulous jobs. Self confessed workaholic. Anyway, even though I was away in paradise for a month I actually only picked up my Canon 5D on our last day. It was an unintentional break and it felt good to have my camera back in my hands. We drove to a local beach in Maui where I said my goodbyes. It was very hard to leave and I had forgotten just how good a little sun, sea and sand was for the soul. I definitely had tears in my eyes as we headed to the airport. Till next time.
So last week it was lovely to meet fellow photographer Nadene Engwell and shoot some fun content. I love her beige and white clean Instagram feed and it was great to create some different content. Nadene's proves that it is always a good idea to invest in timeless classic pieces. Check out her page here for more inspiration and of course if you want to shoot use the contact me page found on the left ;) .
So that last month sure went quick, admittedly I was on holiday for half of it, but it is that time again. Time to share a new video with you of the ever so stylish Monikh Dale as we document her bridal makeup journey and share some secrets on how she creates her no make up make up look. This month the focus is on her brows and how Monikh creates her natural bushy brows. It is broken down into four easy steps. You will however have to watch the video on her Instagram page to see just how quick and easy it really is. In the meantime, here are some stills we also created on the day. One last thing, a huge thank you to my talent friend Paul McArthur for providing me with the perfect sound track.
weekly musing from Rosalind Alcazar Photography