Thursday, September 1, 2011
Last week I had a chance to work with Cait, an up and coming model from Burley, Idaho. She drove all the way down to Utah to work with me and two other photographers (three completely separate shoots with separate themes, makeup, outfits, hairdos and locations). I was the last of the three. You might expect that she would be tired having driven so far and already worked two previous shoots. But she was very upbeat and excited for our photo shoot.
She tells me she's only been modeling for a year, but if you take a look at her portfolio, at her range of styles and shoots, you would guess that she had far more experience under her belt.
The theme for our photo shoot was "homeless but in a good way". So the style we were looking for was a homeless look, but dressed and styled to look out of place, like someone who knows she doesn't belong there.
We drove out to Tooele and we both had a great time. Here are some of our favorite images from the photo shoot:
Thanks for a great time Cait. I look forward to seeing what you do in the future!
Posted by dterryphotography at 12:04 AM
Labels: Abandoned Building, Homeless, Model, Modeling
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Love the shoot - beautiful model. Good luck to her!
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