This is the second post about some photo shoots done using vintage clothing supplied by a shop run by my friend Mary. The first post is here if you like this one!
This set was taken of model Amber wearing a very glam embroidered satin number (I’ll ask Mary for a technical description), so we were going initially for a ‘grand entrance’ vintage type look. The fake fur stole adds to the luxury look.
These next 3 are typical ‘book cover’ type shots – people in vintage clothes holding things like books, keys etc. These props were all bought for this purpose from Ebay or junk shops, and we formed a sort of mini ‘production line’ with a pile of stuff going left to right whilst being photographed. Not very creative and a bit mechanical but it produces some results. All on the Canon 60D or an EPL3 with a lensbaby and all lightly layered and toned.
The next 3 are of Amber wearing a 1960’s number (please correct me if this is wrong Mary!) along with 2 unusual handbags chosen from Mary’s stock.
This next one was a bit hit and miss on the exposure (as Lensbaby shots often are) – the highlights of the white handbag were only rescued in RAW processing.
Finally one more with the Lensbaby – Amber holding some flowers.
As always these are taken for the book cover market, and all comments, critiques and questions are welcome.
All images have a signed model release, and Amber is happy for them to appear on the blog.
If you’re interested in any more of Mary’s vintage clothing, the link to her Facebook page is here.
Hope you like them and they give you some creative ideas for your photography.