If you’ve worked on a photo shoot you know the really fun part isn’t the shoot itself (though they are a blast). The best part is after all the location scouting and lighting tweaking, after all the prepping and primping — it’s seeing the photos themselves.
Like this shot from the Sterling Shoes spring/summer campaign I worked on a few weeks ago. We shot on location at the Waldorf Hotel thinking we’d spend most of our time in the tiki-tastic lounges. And we did. But we took over one of the hotel’s revamped rooms for a few minutes toward the end of the day and this was one of the magic moments we captured.
She looks like a movie star, doesn’t she?
Then there are the quirky, wonderful shots you get when the model (Christie B.) is a bundle of personality. Seriously, this girl is a riot. The bags she’s holding and the shoes she’s wearing are all at Sterling.
Our photo shoot dream team: photographer Evaan Kheraj, stylist Luisa Rino, hair and makeup artist Melanie Neufeld, graphic designer Jenny Kim and the peeps at Sterling (thanks, Lisa!).
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The model is gorgeous! Looks like it was a really fun time!
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