I'm not really a fun of shooting sports yet this one is different. A fashion model in a boxing ring is something that I would shoot anytime. Brazilian model Gabi poses for the camera with a concept was styled by Clint Visaya and hair/makeup by Denise.
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Producing several test and fun shoots has been very fulfilling for me. Seeing the photos that I have captured and knowing that those who participated enjoyed as well, is truly rewarding.
I had been religiously calling other model agencies for quite some time then, when I received an email response from a booker of Mecator Model Management. He willingly helped me with my model requirement for a test shoot. His Brazilian friends were already leaving for Thailand during that time so, they agreed to do the shoot just before leaving the country.
The theme “Woman of Stature” was built on the idea of a woman in control. This was practically illustrated on the shot we did - with our model in the skylight and with the two towers of RCBC Plaza as background.
I was having hard time thinking of a concept for a shoot so I first invited to join us the hair and makeup artist. Fortunately, in spite of busy schedules, Chin Viyar gladly agreed to get onboard.
Isn’t it exciting to shoot a celebrity? We were looking at the website of Elite Models–Manila for models for the funshoot series of ShutterClique when a member of our leadership team suggested that we get Valeen Montenegro, a celebrity
I've always envisioned of shooting a high society theme so the location of my choice is the Casino Español de Manila. The exclusive club is situated in the heart of downtown Manila, a historical treasure that has been around since 1844.
COS·TUME (n) 1. A style of dress, including garments, accessories, and hairstyle, especially as characteristic of a particular country, period, or people. 2. An outfit or a disguise worn on Mardi Gras, Halloween, or similar occasions.
Is it really necessary to have a stylist on a photoshoot? I'd say YES! The stylist is responsible for building the “style.” Sounds vague isn’t it? Essentially the stylist is deciding what a model or subject wears, and HOW they wear it.
As a culminating activity of the creative portraiture workshop with Raymund Isaac, our photo club had arranged a series of funshoot to apply what the participants have learned from the workshop.