This was an extensive fashion shoot for Lencarta, with the aim of showing the flexibility of the Safari Li-on location lighting kit. The day was basically split into three distinct locations and looks. The first was an open grassy area, with a couple of short trees providing an ideal framed area. The second was a raised platform, and the third was an old tractor in a rather cluttered area.
Remember the proof of concept shoot for the Pendle Imp Festival with Rachel Mason? Well, this is another of the shoots. The original test shoot was nicely paced, quiet and very calm. This was just mayhem!
I love weddings. The people, the atmosphere, the day. It’s all good! My favourite bit? Well that has to be the informal bridal portrait session between the wedding breakfast and the evening reception. It’s a bit of a dead time as far as the bride and groom are concerned, and the opportunity to escape their relatives for 45 minutes tends to be very appealing 🙂
This particular shoot was for a number of clients of the Live Ribble Valley magazine. They included Out of the City, Ken Varey, Charles Campbell Bespoke and the restaurant The Sirloin. The day wasn’t particularly the best, from a weather point of view, but none the less, once organised, we had to get something, come what may!
This is the promo video for the Lencarta Mach 1N Transceivers. Shot near the studio, in a local children's playground. The images from the day and an explanation of settings etc. can be found here. Many thanks to Matins Arbidans for his time and effort on the day. The guy really can leap over tall buildings! Thanks must also go to Marmalade Toast who produced the video.