Saturday, 29 May 2010

Veil of Visions, Shoot II: When it rains, it pours!

Well, it seemed I had 50% of luck in regards to the weather. I spent most of the time wiping my lens, rushing and resorting to different locations that were more sheltered. It was also my first time shooting five fantastic models in one day and by the end of it, I couldn't be bothered to get up off from the floor!

I wouldn't hesitate to do it all again, as much fun was had and all the models were easy going. 'Spider Lady' was certainly the most interesting one, some of the shots were quirky, if not, funny! ;)

I can't wait to start editing the photos :D

//Taya

Friday, 28 May 2010

Veil of Visions Fashion Shoot

A while back, I was lucky enough to do a fashion shoot for Veil of Visions, modeled by the beautiful Lady Amaranth. It was specifically for their flyers, so, I have only just edited the rest of the photos for their website and such. This is the plain version, the creative version will be uploaded onto my Flickr portfolio shortly. You can view the flyer here


You can see just how much passion goes into her work; each piece is created to perfection. She is a very talented lady with unique designs. This Saturday, I have another shoot with four models. I must confess, I have never shot four models in one day. To top it all, we've had to change the location due to a 70% chance of precipitation and we know in London, it's guaranteed to rain! It's such a shame as our original location was perfect and beautiful :/

Links
Model: www.ladyamaranth.com
Veil of Visions: www.VeilofVisions.com

Wish me luck!

Taya

Sunday, 16 May 2010

First Post!

I've been meaning to start blogging, now seems like a good time to start!

Since shooting live music gigs and especially fashion and band promos in 2006, I have been been extremely fortunate to have meet some great people who have become very good friends and couldn't possibly imagine life with out them. They know exactly who they are :) I've been offered some of the best opportunites and many good times shared with the people I have photographed. I don't think I could give this career up for the World, despite the onset tiredness from being overworked. The passion I have and the people I work with, not to mention those who leave encouraging compliments keep me going.

I am hoping when time permits, to share behind the scenes photos and keep you updated with future shoots and such.

Taya