Burque 2009, a set on Flickr.
Today we did a phot shoot in Santa Fe
Apprentice geisha are called maiko (舞子 or 舞妓), literally "dance child") or hangyoku (半玉), "half-jewel" (meaning that they are paid half the wage of a full geisha), or by the more generic term o-shaku (御酌), literally "one who pours (alcohol)". The white make-up and elaborate kimono and hair of a maiko is the popular image held of geisha.
Today I got the opportunity to shoot Santa Fe model Carmen Rodriguez.
This was her second photo shoot ever and she was a natural, being able to pose with little direction.
Colores de Bosque with various models.
Today I spent from 1pm until 6pm shooting non-stop, I am tired!
Shot some pictures of Jami for a promo piece on the Mexico World Cup selection for a California based mag:
We shot inside my house with a black bacdrop using about four lights. The black background did not compliment the black soccer uniform.
We also did another photo shoot at a soccer field, will have to process the prints when I get a chance and post them.
Purchase pictures of Jami here.