A few more pictures from London.
We met on the third day, with our models near London bridge. We then split up in small groups and explored this one little street for photo opportunities. We found a neat garage, where the workers loved all the buzz we created, they watched, then participated in our pictures, and even pulled out some fancy cars for props. A little further down the road, we came along a wonderful pub, where we spent a great deal of time posing the girls in a very cool environment. Most of the fallowing pictures are from that location.
Here, Ama is lounging in a comfy chair in the pub.
Liz in the pub.
I love the picture of Ama, in front of the old card, it definitely has an old feel about it. Same for the close up portrait of Liz, she appears like a famous hollywood star from the 40ies.
Marco and Vanessa. I used split lighting on Marco’s portrait.
Vanessa in front of the London eye, the “eiffel tour” of London. We called it a huge ferris wheel, but soon learned the locals are very sensitive about their famous landmark, and prefer to refer to it as the “London eye”. It is truly the biggest ferris wheel in the world (I’ve done some internet research)
A night view of London, as we were making our way to the London eye, we had a lovely walk in the evening along side of the river Thames. The streets were so lively, and I was surprised to see such a night life until very late.