FotoFriday: Fashion on the Fly

All of us know that photography takes many shapes and forms, one of which is high-fashion. Typically these are artistic pictures that revolve around Vintage, Glamour, Couture, Urban and other fresh styles. At times we have the opportunity to document a little fashion at FotoFly.

Jessica, a bride to be, arrived at our studio in a gorgeous, designer wedding dress. The shoot started off with some classic posing and then took a turn to the fashion side. Her style and desire to have a more couture look was right up my alley. I couldn’t pass up the opportunity to do what I love…high-fashion.

The very next day Jessica and her husband-to-be, came in to have engagement pictures taken. The two of them pulled off the urban look so well we decided to take an edgier approach. He looked like a Calvin Klein Model and she could be someone out of the next Urban Outfitters Catalog. The poses started coming and the lights flashing and in the end there were some great shots.

To round out this week of fun, fresh fashion we had two senior girls come in to have pictures taken for ‘the most important year of their lives’ (to them at least). We succeeded in capturing the unique personality and beauty of each in full throttle fashion.

These Fashion shoots are off the hook. All of these pictures could be found in a magazine, so watch out, FotoFly might start its own. I personally like ‘FlyFashion’ for the title. What do you think?

Come in and be our next High Fashion Model!

Here’s a little taste of the action. I’m trying to get a natural Glamour jump
from an awesome model. :) Be warned it might make you laugh.

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5 thoughts on “FotoFriday: Fashion on the Fly”

  1. Thank you for another fantastic blog. Where else could I get this kind of information written in such an incite full way? I have a project that I am just now working on, and I have been looking for such information… Regards…

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