11th August 2014
I have this knack you know. I can turn a summer evening into a grey, dull affair in one easy move. All I have to do is organise a shoot for a personal project and hey presto. In goes the sun and out comes the thick grey cloud. On this occasion it didn't dampen my spirits or ruin the shoot, it just meant I had to rethink any low sun, arty flare shots I had in mind. I was always going to be on a winner. I had put out a model call for a redhead, as I don't have any in my portfolio, and I love red hair. One of the ladies I chose to model was the lovely Heather.
Apart from adding some red to my gallery, the purpose of this shoots was to experiment and practice a few techniques, something I can't well do with a paying client! The shoot took place around Gorleston Pier and nearby beach. Chosen because of the variety of backdrops in such a small area.

I like the contrast between the gorgeous model and the not-so-gorgeous background!

Heather was so natural in front of the camera, making my job very easy.

Shelters and steel containers. You wouldn't know we were 10 yards from the beach.

Finally made it to the sand. The dull weather meant the beach was deserted, so I could make the most of the clear backdrop.

Always leave the best until last. My favourite from the shoot.

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