It just turned out this way... eerily so.
Clare and Nathan were having a portrait shoot with me yesterday - for pre-wedding practice/fun.
I suggested that we go to an abandoned powerstation and it seemed fitting that they just knew the way in to one.
The light turned into a cinematic delight with softness everywhere coming through blanketing cloud.
I respond in my photographic style to an environment and a couple. Hence the shots became more mysterious...
And when I got home to edit them I found that we really had a collection that could be telling a post apocalyptic romance story. Do you feel that too?
I love that it's so fitting for these two.
They are left of centre, perhaps fringe dwellers... passionate and active in their beliefs. I can imagine them being some of the last survivors...
Clare and Nathan met at an anti-war protest and have an ethical diamond ring (man made not 'blood diamond')!
A shoot should become the people. I feel it does.
I'm inspired to do more mockumentary style shoots now. Tell a story and play!
[current mood] Freshly Picked Jasmine & Light Through Paperbarks