no idea where the blue came from, but I love it…just a film happy accident
When you work as a studio assistant, one of the perks of the job is that you get to use the studios to test.
The assistant’s privileges on the matter varies from studios to studios, each one has a different policy: same charge very little, just to cover expenses, or, even better, they don’t charge at all, others charge a reduced rate for assistants, while the right to use the space is granted depending if the assistant works full time or freelance, if he/she has worked at the studio for a long period and/or if he/she is a key holder.
I feel incredibly privileged to be able to use the amazing studios and equipment that we have at Sunbeam and I really should make the most of it while I can, so I decided to get over my preference for locations and daylight and try to test a bit more with the studios space and artificial lighting (both flash and continous).
I have already written about a rather successful (at least for my standards) test that I did with a couple of twins in studio 1, our biggest space, here and this time I want to write about a semi disastrous test that I did in studio 3.
I’m still job hunting, I send lots of emails everyday and it really annoys me when people don’t get back to me.
I used to be very bad at replying to messages on facebook, emails and text messages, but after I’ve realised how annoying it can be for the other person to wait a reply forever, I’ve decided to be better.
Another thing that I used to be awful at is sending free pictures to the people who posed for me or worked with me on not commercial projects, so I’m trying to go through my archive and send pictures to all these people now, hoping that they are not too mad at me and that karma will be happy 🙂
Today I’ve edited and sent a selection of pictures from a project that I did last summer, documenting the activities of volunteers in a pet sanctuary in the North of Italy called Porcikomodi.
This is my favourite picture of the lot, so I thought I could share it with you (if anyone read this blog) here.
Piercarlo cleaning up the pigs' shelter
On a completely different note, I also edited some fashion pics from a test shooting that I did around Easter with Heather Donaldson, a stylist from Leeds, so I put one of them as well, just for the stark contrast with the pig one 🙂
Model: Lewis Jamison, MUA: Irram Nash, Stylists: Heather Donaldson and Irram Nash