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Makeup On Hand invited me to work as a Makeup Artist for Winter Park Fashion Week on Park Avenue. I brought my camera, so I wanted to do a mini photoshoot of some of the looks there. I do a lot of Orlando photography so luckily, I knew a lot of the models already. They were gracious enough to let me take their photograph during the downtime. They had their hair and makeup done but were just in the clothes they came there in. While I would of loved to shoot them all done up, the photography turned out better than expected.
I never walked more than 10 ft from the tent door and just took them outside whenever we had a short break. I normally spend a lot of time planning my shoots & retouching my photography. However, I wanted to show something different so I did VERY minimal retouching on these.
I only used my flash and natural light with my nifty fifty and it was a 5 minute photo shoot! Orlando photography at its best!
I’m a sucker for redheads! This photo immediately reminded me of something from Japan or a video game character!
One of my favorite models that I worked with from Orlando Premiere Beauty Show. Her skin is smoother than porcelain. Charyli has also become one of my favorite collaborators. They’ve got a great little store on Park Avenue and I frequently feature their clothing in my shoots.
Some people could call Hunter my muse lately. I do quite a bit of photography with her in Orlando and I think she has big things ahead of her! I can’t wait for you guys to see our Ranch Editorial coming out soon!!
Unfortunately, I don’t know this young ladies name. She is 15 years old and 5’11 and isn’t signed with an agency yet!! I told her, when she’s ready, agencies are going to be knocking down her door. Orlando photography needs faces like this!
I also did Makeup for the runway show so I managed to get a few before and afters. You can also see what the models looked like without makeup or retouching.
The lighting was pretty harsh there and I just used my iphone. Sorry! I didn’t get to take out my camera until things slowed down a bit.
The last photo is by Winter Park Photography from the show.