It was a morning of beautiful light and shadow with Minh-Ly in the zone. ©Carson Zullinger 2018
I feel like Ella and I embarked on 2 shoots instead of one shoot because of the difference in the images. So here is part 1 with Part 2 coming soon… I just love an empty beach. And those hair reflections!
Brooke and I shot for a couple hours inside Tanglewood and on the deck, interrupted only by a coffee run, using various combinations of film (thanks Zoe), digital, a Lensbaby & other lenses, silhouettes and frosted glass.
The garden around Tanglewood was a gorgeously lush tropical rainforest. Thank you Eva for braving the mosquitoes one early evening.
All these images of Lucy were shot pretty much in the same spot. By adjusting the blinds we found we could change the light from a golden glow, to near blackout and then a ‘shoot through’ window.
Ella and I scheduled to work together for a mid day start. She asked whether we were going to do light painting, as we had success the year before. Initially I said no, to discover that one of our bedrooms had black out shades. Serendipity 🙂 ©Carson Zullinger 2018
I think these are some sort of palm frond. Whatever they are they are, our house used them as wall art. Ella Rose and Lucy used them to pose with.
I spent most of my time at Zoe Fest following other people around and filming some behind-the-scenes footage with the aim of producing a few little videos to show you all just what goes on in the process of creating all this fabulous art. On this particular morning I headed out at dawn with Tim…
ART doesn't make itself
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