I came here because I wanted to hone in on a few lighting skills and so coming to London to shoot this way was such a huge investment for me. We are talking epic proportions of saving up and eating lima beans and grubs from the gutter to pay for it. Little did I know that tuition was not forthcoming but, with the skills I already had to hand, it meant that I was only a soupcon disappointed. And I mean out of 100, its marginal by 0.000001 percent. I pretty much did all of this on my own and this deserves a quick breathe on my nails - of which I shall polish upon my ample and womanly bosom. Go Kirsty.
The two adorbs models I worked with, Laura Jean and Emma were outstanding and took direction most graciously. My portfolio needs some feisty wow factor shots and out of all my images of them both, these two really spoke to me.
This is Emma of whom has legs that go on for 36 miles
And Laura Jean, whose intense gazes were gob smacking
Believe me, Im a approx 4386572436754360676567013 miles from the levels I need to achieve but step by step and pose by pose, I will get there. And if I don't get any work from these two images alone, Im going to go and get a job developing photos in Max Spielemann and lob my camera in the bloody bin.
I'll share some more images tomorrow but for now, I need to get some serious zzzzzzzzzzzz's before I collapse in a heap on the floor.
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