Wednesday, March 19, 2008

Reyelisa - Fashion Editorial, Pt. 4 of 4

Fashion Layout – Details – Part 4 of 4

Final shoot! With the prestige of San Diego’s Balboa park, you would think this would be a haven for anyone with a camera… and in a way, it was… the moment we got to the pavilion that was the target of our shoot, we spotted 4 other people with dSLRs and a wedding party doing a shoot on the other side… yup – the quintessential shoot location… but as we were shooting, we had the hardest time getting anything that was really interesting! I mean the place is a bit flat when it comes to color, and the place is only really full of repeating patterns – you could take a picture of a bunch of columns only so many ways… well tell me what you think of this one… and remember – you are reading in reverse order, if you want to read forward, skip to part 1 of 4 and progress to here…

Here is part/location 4 of 4…. Theme - Cinderella... Enjoy =)

| Organ Pavillion | Balboa Park | San Diego, CA |

| Organ Pavillion | Balboa Park | San Diego, CA |

| Organ Pavillion | Balboa Park | San Diego, CA |


| Mark M. | Organ Pavillion | Balboa Park | San Diego, CA |

| Organ Pavillion | Balboa Park | San Diego, CA |

| Organ Pavillion | Balboa Park | San Diego, CA |

| Organ Pavillion | Balboa Park | San Diego, CA |

| Organ Pavillion | Balboa Park | San Diego, CA |

| Organ Pavillion | Balboa Park | San Diego, CA |


The entire four part shoot was a lot of fun to do and the post processing was just as fun… Thank you to Reyelisa for allowing us all to partake in the project… Thanks to Mark and Cha for all your shooting inspiration throughout the day… Thanks to Tep for coming along for the ride and being a great model…

Special thanks to the Corner House Café off of Sorrento Valley road near Mira Mesa as well as Café Noir in downtown SD for allowing us to shoot directly on location… Thanks to the county of San Diego for having the Organ Pavillion and to the Salk Institute for not sending out the snipers to the roof… =)

1 comments:

Jasmine Marie said...

Balboa Park is so much fun to shoot. So many nooks and crannies!