:: Monday, July 24, 2006 ::
Andrea and the Corset
Andrea and I got together for another photoshoot last week. When I first met her, or soon after, I thought that she would look great in a corset. So I was able to borrow one of London, Ontario indie designer Violet's "temptress" style corsets. (Thanks!!!) We found an exellent location just behind where she lives and set up near the back of a covered parking structure backing onto the Thames bike path.
I wanted curves, shadows, and a lot of grain in these shots, and no flash. I like the feel that natural light gives. It was fairly shaded in the garage with most of the light coming from outside, so I bumped the ISO up to 800 and even 1600 in some of the frames. Andrea is great to work with and is a natural. Expect much more of her later in the summer! :)
And if you, or someone you know, would be interested in modelling (TFP, TFCD) or if you would like to hire me for a project, let me know! I am sure we can work something out.
Silouetted and backlit.
Looking into the Abyss
Profile with bare shoulders
Looking up at a statue
Out-take: my so serious friend. :)
Andrea and the wall
:: Mike Wood 13:56 [+] ::
You are exceptionally adept at using subtle light to paint a lovely picture. In doing so, you get the most out of your models. Great photography, as always.