Wednesday, August 15, 2012

Emily in August

This weekend in Georgia was the perfect way to wrap up this summer and I feel so thankful for everything that happened. (even though it was the meet up that wasn't)

here's her blog post

Emily and I met up Saturday morning and had breakfast at cafe fredrica, as tradition goes. We had ordered lots of tulle & some angel wings online so we started off experimenting with those indoors, in the master bedroom of the condo.

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me in the master bedroom

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As a storm started to come in, we left to get lunch and to pick up a few canopies at bed, bath and beyond. The afternoon was fast approaching so we headed to Jekyll island to find a place to shoot. We quickly found a little wooded side street with friendly people, as well as a deer and her baby.

We created a pulley system to suspend one of the canopies and started to shoot

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Everyone keeps mentioning that the wood behind emily looks like a giant spider and I completely agree, I noticed it while we were editing. So creepy, it reminds me of HP.

After this location we headed to drift wood beach and found a new overturned tree. We suspended a canopy from it and created some composite images.

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As well as some normal images

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After sunset we had dinner and headed home to edit and stay up way too late

the next morning we had breakfast at the mallery street cafe and then went swimming with one of the canopies and some tulle. We used my underwater point & shoot and it was glorious. Some of these edits are experimental and I like em.

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Em and I go together like peas and carrots and it's cool that the internet can bring people together like this.

enjoy the rest of your summer ladies and gents!

<3

12 comments:

  1. I love the first two of the underwater shots, they are brilliant!

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  2. The second black and white underwater shot is ridiculous. I love it.

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  3. Oh my gosh the second underwater shot looks like she is caught up in a jellyfish, totally amazing.

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  4. the 1st 2 underwater are amazing!

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  5. beautiful pics !: )

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  6. The fourth last black and white underwater portrait is so effervescent and beautifully lit. Well done!

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  7. The second underwater shot is so sublime.

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  8. These are SO beautiful! Great, great job.

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  9. Very beautiful portrets with re lips!

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