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Fashion Photoshoot - Bella and Caroline

I’ve been having a great time scouting locations for future fashion shoots and other photo shoots around Sydney and the Lower North Shore. It is amazing finding so many new places and discovering always more beautiful locations, while I am getting so overwhelmed by the natural beauty of Sydney. I feel so blessed to live in this part of Australia and I’m only looking forward to all the breathtaking backdrops nature has to offer. 

This particular location was at Fagan Park in Dural, just 40 min out of Sydney. It has a lot of variety to choose from and you can enter different gardens with different styles within 5 min walking distance.

We were thrilled to do a fashion photoshoot for a distinguished Sydney based model agency (neonmodelmanagement.com). Make sure to check out Neon’s beautiful range of models and get in touch with the very helpful and friendly people working hard to make it a solid and approachable model house.

It was great having two very opposite looks and models, each with their own story. Caroline from Sweden has that typical model-like look naturally on her face, but loves a good deep conversation during our breaks and travels. During the photo shoot, she brought beautiful pieces, which includes the white swimwear piece, which added perfectly up with that of Bella, who has partly a South-American background and gives good temper to the shoot. That alone shows the beauty of Sydney. The greatest variety of people mixed together to see flavors and colors of all sorts. Our muse’s selection of dress and swimwear for the photo shoot was gorgeous. 

Also, at the bottom you will find some film photography, done on a medium format Mamiya RZ 67 Pro II.

Enjoy our selection!

The following photographs have been shot on film. Yes you read right, the old fashioned film that you have to get developed at the local mini lab. Not only that, but this was shot on medium format, for those of you with a film photography passion. The camera used was a Mamiya RZ 67 Pro II, which produces - like the name gives away - 6 x 7 images. Simply put: beautiful images with lots of definition and great depth of field, including an extreme macro close up option.

I have enjoyed my time with it, but these have been pretty much my last rolls to be used for professional purposes. It was great fun.