Portraits of Paloma at University of Arts London
Zaria had flown her special friend and muse from Spain to London to model her final designs. Typical of English people I didn't speak any Spanish but Paloma knew enough words to be able to communicate with me a bit. Helped by the other members of the team. Anyway with a few hand gestures, mirror posing and Palomas general willingness to have fun and be a great model we got some great shots. These are a few portraits I nabbed in the corridor while things were being tidied up towards the end of the shoot. Can you spot the 3 frame Brenizer? I do like to do them as they are quick, simple and create a really different look.
It's this one! The Brenizer, in case you were looking for it :)
This corridor so reminded me of the boarding school I went to in Kent. It took me right back to those happy skool daze!
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