I’ll admit that this portrait is shot using artificial light. I might also have altered the image slightly using software. If you ever come across a woman looking like this, then quickly head for a new horizon..
Check out Paula’s post for more B&W Sunday stuff or WordPress for more horizons:
When I visited Bangkok, I made sure to arrange a tiny gathering that consisted of myself, the local model Rogue Seraphim, make-up artist Adia Braun, Adia’s husband and their kid. Naturally I’ve only captured the model on these photos:
I also asked permission from the hotel to use their roof top pool as a location to shoot some photos, but since I didn’t get their permission I’m not gonna do any free advertising for the hotel in this blog or anywhere else. In other words: these photos were shot at some location, somewhere in Bangkok.
I have plenty of portraits of beautiful models and it’s a shame (no, it’s a sin!), to let them gather dust on the hard disk. That’s why I decided to post portraits for the next coming posts in this blog.
Instead of posting them one by one, I’ve divided them into models. First one up is (the title kind of revealed it already) Paulina Starosielec. I’ll share more photos of her later, but for now enjoy these two shots:
Paulina Starosielec by CardinalGuzman.wordpress.com
Paulina Starosielec by CardinalGuzman.wordpress.com (this is also an outdoor shot actually)