I bribed my youngest to let me shoot him, and we rocked a Damien/60's gangster vibe.
This is SOOC with an orange gel on the speedlight.
This shot went a bit south in terms of what I wanted to achieve, but I'm still going to shoot this again at some point in it's full, full-on initial idea. we just ran out of time on the whole.
Model Lauren DeVille Modelling
My studio had been turned into something akin to a blast furnace (heat wise) by Simon Page twenty or so minutes before this shot was taken. There was still candle wax cooling on the floor as Lauren DeVille gamely stood amongst the detritus of the previous shoot.
We were after this look from the get go of our mood board, but we had more or less run out of time. being the consummate MUA professional that she is, rushed our heat exhausted but enthusiastic model Lauren back for makeup and out popped this just before Jane had to dart out of the door.
Lauren is one of my favourite models to work with and she is just lovely in person. It was my first time working with Jane (and will not be my last I hasten to add.
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