I love Cosplay. I don’t necessarily partake much, but at Comic Con, Marla the tourist makes an appearance, camera in hand. This was photographed here in the studio with impossible project film, a take on the old Polaroid 809 film. A bit different, as the impossible film is integral, while the Polaroid was peel apart. A long tedious process, but a welcome final product, no Photoshop, no filters, no manipulation, straight from camera -what a concept! Special thanks to Simonesweetpea.
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To celebrate her induction into the Screen Actors Guild, Marguerite came to the studio to update her Headshots. We chose some fun colors, and of course the fashion fan was in full force.
There is something so elegant and classic with black and white images- especially for boudoir photographs. This bride came in for some images as her husbands wedding day gift, a beautiful custom album made just for him.
A photo safari out to Bombay Beach, Salton sea. Artists gather for the Bombay Beach Biennale, and leave behind permanent art installations, a Drive In Movie Theater, Opera House, and Pirate Ship. If you get thirsty, You can visit the Ski Inn, It’s World Famous, The lowest Bar in the Western Hemisphere. More info on Bombay Beach Biennale Click here for a personalized Bombay Beach postcard from me.