Original Cult – Fashion with Ashley
Ashley and I worked on some alternative fashion photography for our portfolios. She had this cool Original Cult convertible dress. We just had to use it for this shoot!
We decided to drive around and scout some locations that would suit the look I was going for. For location #1 we started in the far east of Windsor and used the exterior of a public works building. After shooting a set of options there, we relocated to some unused railroad tracks beneath an underpass and captured another set of images. Our third and final location was the pedestrian overpass on Huron Church road.
An insight into the mind of a creative photographer, I chose these locations based on colour theory. While framing, I chose backgrounds that not only suited the stark look I wanted but also, that they contain colours complimentary to Ashley’s deep, red hair and the Original Cult convertible dress.
I used my Canon 5D Mark II and the Sigma 85mm f/1.4 ART series lens and natural light to capture these images. No additional lighting or reflectors were used.