Recently, I had the opportunity to shoot a retro/vintage shoot in a tribute to the infamous starlet of the silver screen, Jean Harlow. The idea stemmed from Robinette Desrochers, one of my favorite and amazing creative directors to collaborate with.
If you are unfamiliar with who Jean Harlow was, just click the link above or google her name. She was an amazing actress who lived during the glory days of film and cinema.
More Images and learn how I lit this after the jump
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I am a week behind on the blog, but in case you haven't seen it, 3 talented local photographers including myself were featured in the season 2 premiere of Framed, a weekly web-based show all about photographers. The episode was about a shoot-off between the photographers with 2 challenges aimed to highlight and expose our strengths and weaknesses. Watch the episode below and take the jump to read more about my experience with Framed