“Hey Girl Why don’t you relax and I’ll bring you a Glass of wine.”
Photo shoot on 8 x 10 polaroid film Inspired by the Hey Girl Ryan Gosling Meme.
I asked Jess when she knew her Boo was the one, ( thinking to myself it was probably the movie The Notebook), and the answer was, The Mouseketeers, at the age of 10 when she was in the fifth grade. Since then Ryan has appeared to her in gifts from friends, from T shirts to pillowcases, even his face on cookies for her birthday party. I’ll even joke at family photo shoots, if he is late or stuck on set and can’t make it.
If you aren’t familiar with the Hey Girl Ryan Gosling Memes- they are quite entertaining…
Hey Girl, I love it when you wear your Yoga Pants all Day
“Hey Girl- feel my sweater. Know what it’s made of? Boyfriend Material”
Behind The Scenes video of the shoot:
Video by Kip Roof
It’s no secret I’m a big fan of depeche mode, and visual artist Anton Corbijn. Inspired by the recent Cover Me video, the stars were created on the set using a dark blue seamless paper, and different sized pencils, to create different widths.
Behind The Scenes
My Cover of Cover Me
Cover Me Video
In the studio with Deagan and an 8 x 10 film portrait session with Polaroid impossible project color film.
Color and Traditional Kimonos in the studio with designer Paulo and his team. Gorgeous detail. Each look took over 2 hours to create, from makeup and hair, to dressing the model. When discussing the initial shoot at the consultation at the studio, Paulo was immediately drawn to the 8 x 10 original Polaroids, so we shot one for each look. Each 8 x 10 shot is manual everything, focus can be challenging, and the model must not move when in position. Once exposed, the 8 x 10 film runs through a vintage Polaroid processor, which bursts the photographic chemistry, and Tada, the 8 x 10 photograph is born!
Hair and Makeup @akiiart.mua and Yukari