Model Behavior: Shooting in Mexico. Some Thoughts
Bri takes us on a look at some of the images she did on the Mexico workshop. We all had a blast and Mexico was outrageously fun. We had lots of photographers and she shot with all of them.
Before we get to the Model Behavior article, I want to let everyone know that Houston is coming up very soon. We are almost full for Philadelphia but have room for one or two more. Cleveland/Akron will be our last workshop this year. We want to get going on getting next year’s workshop schedule down and will post a set of cities where we are looking for hosts.
Don’t forget that Briana is also answering your questions about modeling and working with photographers at this page. Leave a question and get an answer pretty quick.
Now, on to the Mexico workshop with Briana’s Model Behavior article.
I call this picture, â€œDreaming of Greece.â€ I had new shoes and a new dress that I picked up in LA just for the Mexico trip. But there, by the pillars, with the ocean and beach my backdrop, I felt like I was on one of the many Islands that dot the Mediterranean Sea. I was as tall as the pillarâ€¦ in my new butterfly shoes!! I love my shoes.
Owwwwwâ€¦ sometimes a model has to adapt and sometimes it just hurts!! The water was warm. Which was nice. The weather was cool. Which was nice. The bathing suit was Nickyâ€™s. Which was nice. But the sand pebbles were sharp!! Which was not so nice. But I went with itâ€¦ and the results speak for themselves.
Celebrity status in the mansion!! Yes, when I posed here I was in my favorite skirt and felt like a celebrity on a private beach enjoying the sunâ€¦ the hot, hot sun.
Maxim shot? Or maximum amount of shots in little time? We only had a few minutes of sunset so we had to hurry to get this shot. Here I posed as quickly as possible as at least 4 photogs shot and shot and shot. Maximum Exposure with Maxim Posing.
This was my shot! Hehe. Well, it was Donâ€™s shot. But it was my ideaâ€¦ honest. Natural light. Close-up. Lots of crazy hair. And shot in B&W. I think Don brought my vision to lifeâ€¦ donâ€™t you think so to?
Part of dance is creativity and expression. Now this form is not technically a form in ballet, yet it still embraces the essence of the art. The location and the moment were what allowed me to feel so inspired. A crowd of people gathered as I moved from pose to pose atop a set of stairs, raised above the audience. I love what the light and shadow does to the overall shot as well. But mainly, the bathing suit is Cristinaâ€™s, the capture is Evanâ€™s, and the ocean is Mexicoâ€™s!!
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