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Editorial Bridal Magazine Shoot Part 1 of 3

Posted on Monday, January 7, 2013 at 10:45AM by Registered Commenterkennethlinge in , , , , , , | CommentsPost a Comment | References5 References

Happy New Years, yes it's my first blog post this year. 13 is my lucky number so I'm curios about this year.

I have 18 pages of an editorial shoot I did for Utah Valley Bride magazine back in November. The magazine just came out so now I can blog from it. The hardest thing with using models instead of having a real couple is the chemistry  between the models. These two models from an agency was fantastic, look at their great expressions, the way they interacted. The exception to that is in a picture like the first one underneath where I wanted them to be serious and look in the camera, most people seem to be good at that :-) 

In this picture I wanted them to be serious and straight like pictures was almost always back in the day of no flash, slow films and looong exposure times. It was easier to get it sharp that way.

 

This page is the left side of a 2 page spread that started the article. It also contain some of the shots they did not use put into the film strip.

For this one we cranked up the music loud for him to dance to, love her expression. They are kind of in their own worlds but I think her look ties them together. BTW right side of the spread.

The other years I have shot editorials for this magazine we have shot it with multiple brides and all full body shots. This is the first year with one bride and also using a groom in almost all of them.

I have a silver scatboard in my studio, with 90ft/30m lenght and hard wood floor in there  it can be used to move about . The scate board works well with his silver vest I think.

I love the great interaction between them in this one. This is the last image for today, I will post two more blog posts from it during this week. I have not have anybody editing my bad english this time, so forgive me for the writing part, well I think most of you rather have bad englsih then good Norwegian?

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