After a great first outdoor shoot with Emma, her agency, M&P Models, were after more photos for her portfolio. Here are my favourites from the shoot, some of which now grace her agency portfolio book.
The full album can be viewed at http://claude.gallereasy.com/#gallery_313
I wanted to take advantage of the recent fine weather while it lasted, and my old friend Jo was back in Cambridge for a day, so we arranged to shoot in her alma mater, Downing College.
The full album can be viewed at http://claude.gallereasy.com/#gallery_311
The Cambridge Ballerina Project goes urban again.
After a great sunrise shoot with Sandy, I teamed up again with Jenny, and her friend Sophie, and shot around Mill Road and the railway cycle bridge.
The full album can be viewed at http://claude.gallereasy.com/#gallery_310
I’d arranged to meet a prospective model (Dina) for a drink to chat about ideas for our first photoshoot, and I noticed that the waitress serving us was tall and photogenic, ideal modelling material. As I paid the bill, I asked if she was interested in modelling, and left her my card. A couple of weeks later, she got in touch, saying she was signed with M±P Agency, and as she was in the process of building a portfolio and really liked my work, she’d love a shoot. I suggested a location shoot the next day, as the sun had finally returned after weeks of unpredictably wet weather.
Shooting with Emma was effortlessly easy, as her face, body shape and poses are ideally suited for editorial fashion.
More photos from the shoot can be viewed at http://claude.gallereasy.com/#gallery_309