LIGHTS ON BODY & FACE

07/03/2013

BAD LUCKY DAY

Filed under: Black-and-whaite, model shooting, Stories — bathori @ 12:26 am

… as promised here is the story… in pictures. My plan was to shoot in available light, as plain and simple as I could. In black and white, of course! The location was simple as well, an abandoned factory hall with big windows on the rooftop… the sun intruding the location managed to mess up the ambient light several times… other than that, I enjoyed directing and shooting the story…

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… and yes, I do know it’s far from perfect my story. I consider this experience a useful one, for my next project and I have to admit it was nice working with my models Gyopi Puskas and Szabolcs Dudas. Special thanks goes for Gabor Ugron supplying that BMW E30 of his for this occasion! At last and not least thanks for Csaba Endreffy for playing the perfect role of a personal assistant!

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TEAM PHOTO FOR A TEAM EFFORT!















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3 Comments »

  1. WOW!

    Comment by MădăGh — 07/03/2013 @ 1:56 am

  2. Love it!

    Comment by bajkorenate — 09/03/2013 @ 3:46 pm

  3. Your site is a wonderfull image experience.

    Comment by ion — 17/05/2013 @ 7:31 pm


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