Sunday night group shoot

If you have looked around my portfolio you will see that I mainly shoot models one at a time, but occasionally I like the challenge of shooting a group. Last Sunday’s shoot was one such occasion.

I had met Stacey a couple of years ago and when she posted on Facebook that she wanted to update her profile and try a few things we met up and set up a time. She then recruited two friends to come along.

Now Stacey is very confident in front of the camera, her friend were not, and in fact Kari told me that she hated most pictures that were taken of her. That certainly presented a challenge but by the end of the evening I think I had not only risen to the challenge but had overcome it.

The shoot took place in a studio in Upper Hutt with the main lighting coming from my Westcott 7 foot parabolic umbrella. The more I use this light the more that I love it.

Stacey wanted some low light silhouettes so we started with those.
Stacey wanted some low light silhouettes so we started with those.
We moved a leather couch onto the set and used that. Kari (rear) quite liked this set up as she could effectively hide.
We moved a leather couch onto the set and used that. Kari (rear) quite liked this set up as she could effectively hide.
The girls outfits immediately brought to mind the old cartoons with the angel and demon conscious.
The girls outfits immediately brought to mind the old cartoons with the angel and demon conscious.
Jaica rocking a simple length of fabric aided with a large fan
Jaica rocking a simple length of fabric aided with a large fan
Kari in rich velvet fabric
Kari in rich velvet fabric
Stacey having fun with the red metallic fabric
Stacey having fun with the red metallic fabric

2 thoughts on “Sunday night group shoot”

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s