Twirling in a Meadow

Working with a fashion model is a collaborative effort. Back in the day, this young lady wanted outdoor fashion prints for her portfolios. We found this meadow and shot rolls of film. It was a beautiful day. I said what do you want to do next and she said twirl. I was changing film in my camera and she just started to twirl through the meadow as I took this shot. It wound up in both of our portfolios. You can see more work and buy a print of this image by clicking here.

Twirling in a Meadow

All Aboard!

In 1977 we were doing a fashion shoot at an abandoned train station in Greensburg Pennsylvania. We liked the derelict appearance of the place which provided a great contrast to the model and the fashions. After an hour or so of shooting, to our surprise a train pulled in and these two conductors got off and looked at their watches. I think we surprised them as well as we quickly ran over to the train and took a couple of quick pictures. You can buy a print of this image on my commercial gallery by clicking here.

All Aboard

If Looks Could Kill

t was a very hot afternoon in Milan Italy. The sun was relentless and around 3 PM we headed back to our hotel after a rough day of touring. As we neared the Westin Palace Milano we came across a fashion photography shoot on the street. The crew was yelling at each other, maybe because of the heat or maybe just ineptitude. The model looked hot, flabbergasted and near passing out as she waited for the photographer. Last week I posted what I thought was the best of this series . However, I like this one also because her facial expression shows how she really feels about the whole situation. You can buy a print of this image at my commercial site by clicking here.

The Model and the Cyclist

It was a very hot afternoon in Milan Italy. The sun was relentless and around 3 PM we headed back to our hotel after a rough day of touring. As we neared the Westin Palace Milano we came across a fashion photography shoot on the street. The crew was yelling at each other, maybe because of the heat or maybe just ineptitude. The model looked hot, flabbergasted and near passing out as she waited for the photographer. This gave me an opportunity to jump in front of the crew and get about 5 shots. This is the best one and you can purchase a copy of this image at my commercial site by clicking here.

The Model and the Cyclist

Kim at the Barn

A long time ago I used to shoot photographs for model’s portfolios. Most of these were done in my studio under controlled lighting. Kim was a model that I used for my Photography classes in Pittsburgh and she wanted to have some fashion photographs in exterior locations. We found this old deserted barn and did most of the shots outside the barn where there was decent light. I have always like this one the best however and think it is one of the best back-lit images in my collection.

Kim at the Barn