Continuing the corset theme, Shari’s 2nd trip into the studio produced this infrared shot, as well as a lightpainted image with the big mirror. There may also be a Polaroid to come, but I’m still weighing that up agains a digital image of the same pose. Still not sure which is the better, but there can be only one.
Over the last couple of years I’ve photographed may fantastic people, and although all of those images are posted here, I’ve never really grouped their images together in one place. The shots tend to get split across different galleries at different times, which doesn’t really show their individual work as well as it could. So I’ve started to create galleries for individual modes, starting with those that I’ve worked with most in the last couple of years. This is very much a work in progress, with more galleries yet to be added.
You’ll find them here: Model Galleries
Very occasionally I get the chance to shoot an image that has been rattling around in the dark recesses of my brain for ages. In this case I really wanted to take a long-exposure shot of a pole-dancer spinning round a pole while covered in lights that would leave a trail in the air as she moved. The only problems were that I didn’t know any poledancers and I didn’t have access to a pole.
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When I first got hold of some electroluminescent wire I wanted to use it for a guitar shot. It took me a while to get around to it, and when I did I discovered that stringing a guitar with EL wire isn’t really that easy. Who would have guessed. Once it was ready Fuchsia played it for me and Sian did the makeup.
Chrissie arrived in Glasgow for a weekend of shoots with this gloriously mad black and red tutu in tow. Over the weekend she also shot with McInnes, Monkeytwizzle and Simon Pole, and everyone got to shoot the tutu. This is my take on it, but if you poke around the interwebs you may find some of the others.
Today I discovered Animoto, an online service that produces something rather special – slideshows from your photographs that aren’t boring.
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