Posts Tagged ‘fashion’

Bristol Model Session

Posted: December 8, 2012 in Fashion, Location, Models, Photography
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Very late in posting these images from a session early last month at Bristol waterfront

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A couple of weeks ago I had the pleasure of working with local model Kelly. The plan was for a fashion type location shoot in the local countryside around Bristol, but typical British weather made us stay closer to home and luckily for us on a previous location scouting trip we found this tunnel under the Bristol to Bath cycle track.

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Part 2 from my session at the Master Shipwright House.

Models: Magda Swider and Kendra Deanne

All Outfits by Ralph Pink

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I am slowly catching up with my backlog of images to process. Here’s part 1 of 2 showing some of my favourite images from the Miss Aniela Master Shipwright House Workshop. See my previous post for a review of the workshop. Part 2 to follow in the next couple of days. Hope you like them.

Models: Jessica Nicole, Sam Smart and Sarah Wood

All outfits by Ralph Pink 

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I been following Miss Aniela work for a couple of years since I came across her on Flickr. I’ve have her Multiplicity, AbandonedSelf-Portrait Photography books and recently purchased Creative Portrait Photography. I have even tried the levitation and cloning style images link1, link2 with some success.

When I found out about her Workshops I wanted to sign up straight away, but £395 is a lot of money, so I sat on the fence debating if I could afford the Workshop. After reading various write ups and seeing the pictures from previous Workshops I decide to take the plunge and booked my place.

I arrived early which allowed me to have a quick look around the house and grounds before the Workshop started. The house was stunning, I also got a quick look at a couple of models having their hair and makeup done. They were also looking stunning.

After the introductions and the plan for the day was explained by Natalie and Matt we were paired up and sent to our first location to meet out first model Jessica.

After each hour we moved to a new location with a different model. Each model was wearing one off outfits designed by Ralph Pink and were totally stunning. By the end of the day we had worked in 5 locations with 5 models and I had taken 500 images.

Overall the day was fantastic and great experience working with agency signed models, professional hair and makeup and one off designs by Ralph Pink and not forget the advice and guidance provided by Natalie and Matt during the day. Great value for money, highly recommended and will be definatly attending another workshop soon.

Here’s a selection of my favourite images from the first 3 modes I photographed. Will post more images soon. Also check out the Miss Aniela Fashion Shoot Experience Flickr group for more great images from her Workshops.