It's been almost a whole year since I've shot a fashion event and worked with models. It's a completely different world than I'm used to since I mostly shoot inanimate objects that after shooting I can chug. When you're shooting a fashion show, you should always arrive early before hair and make-up because once the models check-in, there's always photo opportunities from the get-go so you can't miss a moment! Here's some shots from behind the scenes.
Once the models are all dolled up and waiting for the sun to set and the red carpet rolled out (which at this point would be a few hours), it's the perfect opportunity to pull em to the side for some beauty shots. There was so much available light and locations that it would be a waste not to shoot all the models back to back,
The show had a whole pool terrace full of vendors showcasing there products and they even had a photo booth to take some pics to go. I, personally, am not much of a bow-tie guy (just never really found the right one to get me started), but Lord Wallington definitely caught my eye with their colorful collection of bow-ties each with their own personality.
As the designers stroll onto the red carpet...
...and the entertainment well under way...
...it was time for the fireworks to go off
...and that's a WRAP!
Big thanks to Jonathan Roberts Photography and Daniel MacSween for giving me this opportunity to shoot along side such talented photographers!