SHOOT: LOVE & PEACE
PHOTOGRAPHY: GUDDU & SHANI
OUTFITS: ALI XEESHAN
HAIR & MAKEUP: KITTY
COMPLETE SHOOT: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10153010905645278.1073741914.32972685277&type=1
CAMERA: CANON 1DS
LENSES: 24mm-70mm, 85mm, 135mm
LIGHTS: available light + flashes
an interesting location does half of the work for an artist. if you are used to get inspired equally by garbage and a palace then there is no need to worry. all you have to do is ENJOY! when i reach a new location i start observing it with eyes of my lenses, try to see it from my point of view, from a birds point of view and then from an ants point of view (Thanks to our teacher Sir. Atif to teach us how to see a landscape from different perspective). some time i see it from and owls point of view and some time i really enjoy a cat's point of view.
Try to exploit uniqueness of the available location through exploring its lines, shapes or colours. Go back to very basic fundamentals of Design. Focus on your composition, layout, lines and shapes along with the proportions of your subject in your canvas size. To get all in one visual Lenses are there to help you. if you want to cover maximum available interesting area and still want to keep the subject with reasonably good size then choose wide lenses and get closer to the subject, if you want to minimise the clutter at your location and want to stay focused on the subject then choose longer lenses from a distance.
|a must have selfie|
|Shani directing the model|
|assistant's lap is best from low angel shots|
|guys at shit|
|preparations by stylist & Makeup artist|
|don't use acralycs by mistake like her :)|