Kristin has officially left our beautiful little city of Savannah, GA heading to the BIG APPLE! Here are some more favorites from our shoot downtown.
Something about the wind blowing her hair made me love this image.
I took this really cool steel chair and just moved it around where I wanted to shoot. A simple prop, but it worked really well for the type of images I wanted to get.
A change of the background and the images take on a different feel.
I want to put this in a magazine AD which reads “Bracelet by bebe : Model – Kristin N. and Photography by Cassandra M” (smile smile)
One feature I love about Kristin is her long legs. I knew that any photos of her standing would emphasis her height, but I also wanted a variety of images with her sitting. I was careful to pose her in a way that would still show off her long legs.
As I stated in the previous blog post : part one, I was trying to get images that Kristin could use for her portfolio. Photos where she wasn’t smiling . . . however, I had to keep some laughing images in the final edit. It just shows her true personality . . .
Just for something different, I threw in a black & white shot.
Another simple prop that ended up being a lot of fun to shoot.
We turned this walkway into our runway and it was awesome. There were people in the background watching us. I just laughed & kept shooting. Kristin worked it like she was walking the runway in Paris. I LOVE her professional attitude and her dedication to rockin’ this shoot.
Even with her ability to focus without distraction, she still had FUN! Very important . . . LOVE what you do and have a passion for it and YOU WILL SUCCEED! (Hey Kristin, I had a lot of FUN too, I am still SMILING.)
I found this door over at Ms Paula Deen’s souvenir shop. It made an awesome backdrop, so thanks MsPaula! I love finding unique things like this to shoot in front of.
I felt like a midget walking beside Kristin in my flip flops, her being over 5’9″ and wearing 5 inch heels that boosted her up even more. It was funny the number of people who stopped and starred at her walking by, she looked like Allison Hayes, who played Nancy Archer in “Attack of the 50 Foot Woman“. Here are the last shots as the sun was going down.
And to finish up, here is one of my most favorite images. I showcased it in the “preview” post and wanted to end with it because it is such a POWERFUL image to me . . .
Kristin . . . remember that all your friends & family are supporting you & your dreams. Have fun, keep laughing and never lose yourself.
Now go ROCK NYC girl!
*Images posted with client’s permission