Thursday, December 28, 2017
Happy collaborating with designers, assistants, and other team members in a studio setting, I wanted to explore an aspect of photography that was more dynamic with a similar type of team collaboration. I signed up for a workshop with fashion photographer Lara Jade. She was very frank about the inner workings of fashion photography. I found many parallels between fashion and fine art industries. Of course, I also got to pick up the camera for a bit (images below).
Makeup and Hair: Angela and Tim A.
The workshop was thick with information, and left me wanting to know more and to get more time shooting with a real model and creative team. Wanting to expose myself to a different approach I signed up for another workshop, this time with Shamayim Shacaro. This workshop was shorter, a little less formal, but full of just as much valuable information. And, feeling more confident behind the camera, I was able to get some beautiful shots, both in studio and on the street. (images below, with credits linked to Instagram accounts)
Clothing by @shavilewis and @modmara
Wardrobe stylist: @styledby_sy
Shamayim has an easy going demeanor and volunteers his knowledge freely and frankly. He likes to record a lot of behind-the-scenes footage of his work, and hired me to to take still and video footage of his last shoot in New York.