Sarah and I just finished this great set of her wearing little more than a clear, vinyl raincoat. I couldn’t believe my eyes when I saw the photos from this photo shoot. It was shot in a wash in East Tucson so we could get some amazing photos of her and her amazing body into pixels and into your hands.
I’m so happy to announce a new modeling opportunity: Sexy Swim! This is the first project I’m officially attaching to EasyTrade. What does that mean? It means, this project will be used to trade (barter) service for service. Really it’s a way for me to get several models together for a single project and be able to get a good feel for the different talents I will see as a photographer from Tucson.
If you haven’t already seen it, check out this recent post: The EASYTrade™ Program Announcement. There is still much more to do for this project, but I’d like to see how it will work small before I take it big.
This site is just incredible. It’s huge like an aircraft hanger. It’s got the vertical beams keeping it all up, though. Meaning no big wide wings is all. Not sure what the warehouse was used, but it’s pretty vast and really close to the train tracks. Some type of shipping or receiving building? Someday I will research it.
So, for the Abandoned Vail Warehouse, I first did a short shoot with my wife helping. I took several reference photos and did a quick round with my camera as a video camera. That preceded the other shoot by about a week.
Here is the short video I put up on Youtube for the same day’s shoot. I didn’t give it any music. Photos are below that.