Happy Friday my blog stalkersHere is a Jide and Blessing follow up post. When we first discussed e-shoots, Jide and Blessing knew they wanted to do a graffiti wall shoot which was pretty cool. But I knew they would pull off a classy shoot effortlessly and that they did. These type of shots are usually done with less smiling with more focus on attitude, posing and art direction. It reminds me of my love for fashion photography which I rarely do during wedding season. The first series was shot in Georgetown. We didn’t really know where in Georgetown the shoot was going to be but we just knew it was Georgetown. The second set was done on the same day with their graffiti shoot at the Hirshhorn Museum in DC. Enjoy this hot shoot!
Below is a behind the scene shot. The shot above was lit by a TV station flood light Jide spotted as we walked the streets of Georgetown.
Next up is the shoot we had at the Modern Art Museum in DC. Shooting in this museum like most other museums is complicated due to so many rules but we pulled it off really good. We had to play hide and seek with security sometimes to get some shots
Love this room, we were able to create romantic pics with a unique look.
And of course my favorite room to shoot in and part of my blue room project. Jide and Blessing nailed it, art direction with this couple too easy.