Tonight was the first time that I had the chance to try my hands at a runway shoot. It was quite the experience and very fast paced. I didn’t bring the triggers with me, which I know for next time. Having on camera flash was a little harder as I had to blast it on full. With some triggers, I could have had it on 1/4 power and had better recycle time to keep up the pace with the models. Speaking of models, check them out. They were super hot and really made the clothes shine(literally on some!)
I also got to meet and shoot next to the most awesome Derek Lang of Bagel Hot. He was rocking the Nikons while I was rocking the Canons.
Here’s just a few of my favourites. The rest will be posted on the proofing site soon. Please comment on what you think? Should I try this again or should I leave it to the other pros?
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Musical Guests included:
GINGER ST. JAMES
A little about the studio:
BLACKBIRD STUDIOS is Kiki and Buckshot’s latest fashion endeavor! Drawing on years of experience catering to the demands of Rockstars, Rollergirls, Burlesque Artistes, Fashion Misfits and Fashionistas, Kiki and Buckshot were inspired to create their new “BLACKBIRD STUDIOS” line of clothing and accessories.
Private Label Couture, Evening Wear, Outerwear, Bridal and Prom Dresses, Boudoir Intimates, Jewellery and Handbags, Theatrical and Burlesque Stage Wear, PVC/Fetish, Classic Goth, Victorian Velvets, Vintage Reproductions, Rock and Roll Club Wear, Roller Derby Uniforms, Logo Apparel.
Most of the fabrics are exclusive to the “BLACKBIRD STUDIOS” label. They are customized screen prints, limited only by the designers’ imaginations. Fabric designs are often inspired by the dark and romantic. Post punk, Fairy Tales, Gothic Horror, B-Movies, Pulp Fiction, and Torch Songs.