I typically shoot anywhere from 100-400 images per shoot. It really depends on what I’m shooting, who I’m shooting, and how many outfits (or even models) are going to be shot.
That being said, I have a lot of photos that never make it to post-processing, let alone my portfolio. So today I’m going to share with everyone a selection of photos that no one has yet seen. These are images that I’ll go back to when I’m taking breaks from current projects – or just have some time to kill – and edit.
Above is a shot of Kelly. This was done in Michigan on my trip back two months ago. This was part of a “broken doll” series we did. Each piece from her shoot has been processed a bit differently. So far I’ve been happy with each variation I’ve created. (examp 1 | examp 2)
It’s no big secret that I love working with Jaime. I always come back with fun photos, and a huge range of poses, expressions, and attitude. She’s definitely my favorite girl to work with. The above photo I like because it’s different. Sure, you can’t see most of her face, it’s dim, and different than the other images I done that are bright and vibrant (like the one), but that’s why I like it.
This is one of my favorite images from the shoot with Justin and Jaci. We created a ton of great images that night in multiple locations and with many wardrobe changes. I like the wide angle of this with the color of the graffiti, pose, and expressions. It all works for me.
This shot of Liz is also fairly old. It’s from a shoot that I was actually unhappy with many of the images. I didn’t feel as though I had the lighting right for what I envisioned. However, the shoot was rushed and amazingly, I was able to pull of this shot, and one other one that I liked.
That’s it for now. I may throw up a new gallery later, but we’ll see. Also, please check out the blog post right below this. I’m the main photographer for a fashion show at Libertine this Saturday. Everyone come out and support!