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We’d planned this shoot for a while…various discussions with Ms. Blue Ruin had led me to organising a ‘Film Noir’ inspired session and in May of 2012 we finally got around to it. Some results below…
Time to catch up on recent work…
A couple of months ago Trixie Vixen joined me for a shoot we’d been talking about for a little while:
The tattoo reveals something that Trixie feels strongly about and she wanted to record it.
I hadn’t shot with Ms. Blue Ruin for a while so it was nice to catch up and work on something new:
Previously we’d done some vintage/pinup style shoots but this time it was decided that we’d go for a slightly different look. Still with a vintage theme but a slight departure with a suitably urban location (Windmill lane, again).
Time to catch up on recent work, so I’ll start here…
This was my first shoot with Sorcha, aka BlackSwanPersona. We arranged a shoot using the walls of Windmill Lane as a backdrop. The graffiti is colourful and ever changing (as I discovered a week later!).
MarieViktoria Makeup did the honours once again, in spectacular fashion! More to come from that lady
I’ve not been shooting at all so far this year, well not much anyway. So here’s another shot from the recent session with Melissa & Marie:
I wanted to get a shot wiht no makep, just to see how it would work. And I was pleased with the result (in fairness Melissa has very clear skin and is naturally beautiful).
I added a little bit of cross processing, but only minimal retouching.
A fairly simple setup in terms of light (a single 580ex into a reflector brolly to the right of the camera). The makeup is impressive, the concept being Marie’s idea. It was good to be part of it
For the final series of images we wanted to look at the idea of something bad happening on the night out. The plan was to show the girl as someone who had probably been in a fight after a night of drink & drug fuelled excess.
All that hedonism takes its toll and leads to the inevitable comedown:
I guess these images are open to interpretation, I don’t see the character as a victim although I can see why someone might think that.
Excellent work by Irina Rai once again!
Continuing the recent theme…
Ready for a night out, glammed up and getting into the mood:
And something to help the night go well…
Don’t worry, it was talcum powder!