I’ve been feeling under the weather this week, but I’m very happy to say that my personal project this week is done! My latest sewing project is near completion (the reconstructed garment is done; I only need to make a few tweaks before doing a photo shoot) and our portfolio is updated (new engagement and wedding pictures are added), and we add one more category: woof!
We’ve been very fortunate and honored to attend wonderful weddings and shoot great engagement moments, and these pictures will only push us to get better. We do want to take more pet photo shoot projects, so if you’re interested, let me know :)
As one of my friends said, “Spring is coming”. Indeed, and what wonderful, fresh feeling it brings.
Have a great weekend everyone,
Whether you’re a casual photographer, a semi-pro, or a complete pro photographer, I think this 5 Tips for Taking a Really Great Travel Portrait « WanderLust can benefit photography enthusiasts at every level. Very basic, yet critical and always useful for everyday reminder, these tips are sure to elevate the quality of your pictures when taken seriously.
Thank you Wanderlust for sharing this gem; it’s not easy capturing the essence of taking great photography in such efficiently perfect words. And for those of you who love doing photography, take notes and have fun!
For those of you who are my FB friends, you know sometimes I feel the urge to plan a photo shoot and model. Maybe it’s narcissism, maybe it’s curiosity, maybe a little bit of both plus something more. Either way, I love getting inspired by a specific location or garment or weather or a particular magazine page. The brain rush I feel right after to plan various things on the spot (yes, I do become a spontaneous statue sometimes in the middle of the street or at some Borders aisle) is just so amazing.
Nikola Borissov is my next inspiration for future photo shoot. Her shots are stunning, the ladies are beautiful, strong, sharp, funny, and bold….I especially love the black-and-white pictures. Check them out and see if you get inspired as well. If not, at least you can admire these gorgeous shots.
Regardless of what some people said about Lady Gaga, her weird couture always mesmerizes me. The latest one she did for Vogue Hommes Japan is no different: meat bikini with red lipstick to match. Yes, PETA is furious that she slapped those meat on her body, but hey, at least she didn’t pack in all that cholesterol… or did she?
Anyways, that reminds me of the other shot Gaga had with Marc Jacob:
I Love Gaga, and especially when she’s still the same person as she was before all the fame.