DIY Dress/ Makeup photo shooting – the making of
The Making of DIY Dresses / Make Up photo shooting is online, which was created for the first edition of the “Embrace … The Lil Things”. In the magazine, you can have a look at the final result, but here is an
exclusive look behind the scenes. Summarized there are different clothes from newspaper paper over to the total rainbow overload.
Normally,i took the pictures for the blog or the magazine at home with a small, improvised construction, without additional light – but for this photo series was a great studio available and therefore the
shooting took place there but not in the planned way, it was planned simple.
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At this point, thanks again to all those who have been part of the project and helped – especially thanks to Stefan Tischner, who has shot and edited this great of making of and even composed the music by himself.
Thanks to him you can see me even in front of the camera, although I do not like it, my job is behind the camera 🙂 Photography is not only my profession but also my passion in addition to visual effects. To have a creative
playground and to share with others my more than 10 years of accumulated knowledge, I have established allthelilthings. The journey has only begun and allthelilthings and the accompanying magazine Embrace are still developing and so you can be curious what is coming next- it will definitely be a colorful mix.
A photo shooting is of course a lot of preparation in advance – the DIY dresses were of course prepared and otherwise it is worth planning everything – because in the studio itself you do not have much time and want to make optimal use of them. Sometimes things going wrong, with this shoot was the problem, the studio area, which is used for photographing, green painted. To be exact Ultimate Green, which is used in film and television production to seperate a person or object, and bring it to a different background. In such a case it is called improvising and so we covered the area with Molton and decided to make the complete shooting in front of black.
Have fun watching it and see what happens for the next issue of Embrace.
Camera on Set