Almost by accident, I seem to have themed my first few fashion portraiture sessions around the changing of the seasons. I’ve been trying to organise an autumnal shoot for weeks and weeks, but due to timings or weather, it seemed like it wasn’t going to happen. So this weekend, the last week of November, with the last remnants of orange leaving the trees, I was finnaly able to organise a very last minute shoot with the lovely Iris. The location may have been familiar, but the colours, style and approach to the shoot was entirely different. Oh, and it was a lot, lot colder! Brrr!
For this first part of the afternoon we explored and shot some relaxed, fun fashion portraiture. Towards the end of the shoot, after a change of wardrobe, we tried something a little edgier and different. For both parts of the shoot, I am really pleased with the results, especially considering the amount of notice and planning involved. Sometimes you just have to go for it. Iris was a real star and worked so hard, despite the cold and frequent interruptions from dog walkers on a Sunday stroll.
Here are some of my favourites from the first part of our shoot, look out for Part Two of this portrait session coming soon.