It has been a wonderful year and I hope you all had a Merry Christmas. Here’s to a wonderful 2016! I am giving away a free portrait shoot with me! This includes three photos retouched all you have to do it like my professional page https://www.facebook.com/RosalindAlcazar/. Double you chances by telling me why I should pick you! Winner will be announced on the morning of the 4th of January. Good luck!
So this blog is a little late and I do apologise but I have a little treat for you. You might remember that I did a shoot at the Playboy Club in Mayfair recently. I was lucky to work with a very talented friend. Debbie Hatchett is an incredible editor with over ten years experience working freelance as well as a mean camera operator. She has her own company called Mintid Media( you can check her out here http://www.mintidmedia.com). I love working with Debbie as we always have a laugh which can help after a twelve hour day. Anyway, here is a sneak peak from The Wam Bam Christmas show. Click on the link below, I hope you enjoyed it!
What a week!
It is good to be busy, especially after feeling a little unwell. Nothing like getting back behind the camera and remembering what you love about photography and cinematography. This week and been jammed pack! From finalising an edit from a last minute Christmas party shoot, to time-lapse featuring Big Ben, to filming the Wam Bam Christmas special at the Playboy Mansion in Mayfair. It has been a diverse and fun filled week. Just like the burlesque dancer I filmed on Friday night, it is all about the art of a tease. I am leaving you with one image I captured from a another photography shoot on Saturday (I told you I was busy). It was a fun day capturing some creative portraits. Looking forward to sharing more next week with you all. Hope you had a good week!
Take me back to 1985
My boyfriend asked me to snap a few pictures for "Epoch 1985" at the Vaults under Waterloo. It was a kind of promenade theatre experience where you see three shows based around the year 1985. Of course London is famous for the glitzy shows in the West End but I think the real London is about those incredible events people put on in the places you have to discover. It was an awesome night although I've now got a lot of editing to do. (Especially because Chris really is a little vain talkshow host.)
weekly musing from Rosalind Alcazar Photography